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2018 Veterans Day Free Meals & Discounts

Updated for 2018! Veterans Day is Nov. 11, 2018, with the official Federal Holiday designated on Monday, Nov. 12th. This year, hundreds of restaurants and ...

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5 Ways For Families To Save Money While Christmas Shopping

It’s crunch time! Hey, someone has to finalize the Thanksgiving menu, make the grocery list, and decide whose turn it is to sit next to Uncle Ted this year. ...

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Are You A Service Member In Debt With Bad Credit? A Legitimate Way to Repair Your Credit Score

As a young Staff Sergeant back in 2002, I found myself in an incredibly awkward position. It began harmlessly enough. My foolish attempt at living ...

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Memorial Day – Free Burgers, Pizza And More For Military

Memorial Day is this Monday, May 30, and in honor of the men and women who gave their lives for our country, many businesses are offering free meals, and ...

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Almost Free Money: NFCU Offering $710 In Bonuses For Military Appreciation Month

Over the last few months, I've been searching for and validating some of the most epic money-making hacks on the net. I'm seeking simplistic, and risk-free ...

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How A Simple Survey Helps Service Members Prepare To Transition

USAA sponsored this post, and I have been financially compensated to write it. Regardless, the opinions expressed are entirely my own. My mind is made up, ...

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  1. Yes, once you submit a request they should review all open/closers accounts to determine your eligibility.

  2. I’m glad that it worked for you. Please share the post so others can see the value.

  3. Sorry, this article is specifically for Credit Cards…

  4. Danie,

    I’m not exactly sure that I understand your question. Here’s the link to US Bank if you have specific questions: https://militaryguide.com/credit-card-companies-support-scra/#US_Bank

  5. Nick, long time my friend! Keep me posted of your results.

  6. Thanks for the comment Joy!

  7. Thanks. I wanted this article to focus on the companies that went above and beyond the basic requirements of the law. Unfortunately for most of us with a balance, being deployed shouldn’t be a point of consideration in order to qualify for the meager break… Especially considering the volume of Soldiers that are restricted to AAFES, you would think they’d be a little more considerate. Now, that’s just my opinion. We all choose which places we spend our money, or swipe our cards.