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Millionaires in the Making

For most of us retirement comes at the end of our career. But for Jeff Martin, 34, retirement from the Army is just over the horizon. Martin is five years away from being able to leave the Army with a pension of half his current monthly income, which today is $4,256.
Help available for home buying and mortgage payments

The next time you’re shopping for a mortgage or looking to refinance an existing mortgage, check with lenders about deals for military families.
Identity Theft Is Mostly Between Friends - Study Says

Most identity theft occurs off line and is conducted by friends, relatives and others who the victim knows, contrary to many reports that the crime is committed anonymously through computers, according to the 2005 Identity Fraud Survey Report.
New Rule Limits 'Predatory' Loans to Servicemembers

The Defense Department instituted new protections Friday to help defend servicemembers against high-interest emergency loans that can lead to a dangerous cycle of debt.
CNBC's Suze Orman Presents Finance Course to Troops

Suze Orman delivered a high-energy crash course in personal finance Jan. 11 at Fort Dix's Timmermann Center.

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