Category Archives: 30 Day Financial Transition

30 Day Financial Transition Challenge Day 30: Transition GPS

Welcome to Day Thirty of the “30 Day Financial Transition Challenge.”  Today’s article focuses on Transition GPS (formerly known as TAP). Bottom Line Up Front (BLUF)  Transition GPS is a mandatory part of military out-processing.  If properly utilized, Transition GPS … Continue reading

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30 Day Financial Transition Challenge Day 29: Community Involvement

Welcome to Day Twenty-Nine of the “30 Day Financial Transition Challenge.”  The purpose of today’s article is to help you focus on your community relationships. Bottom Line Up Front (BLUF)  Earlier in this series, we discussed the benefits of networking.  … Continue reading

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30 Day Financial Transition Challenge Day 28: Cash Flow

Welcome to Day Twenty-Eight of the “30 Day Financial Transition Challenge.”  The purpose of today’s article is to help you focus on your budgeting and cash flow. Bottom Line Up Front (BLUF)  Throughout the challenge, you’ve had the opportunity to … Continue reading

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30 Day Financial Transition Challenge Day 27: Developing Networks

Welcome to Day Twenty-Seven of the “30 Day Financial Transition Challenge.”  Today’s article focuses on developing your personal and professional networks. Bottom Line Up Front (BLUF)  Your transition can be a very stressful time, and it’s important to have a … Continue reading

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30 Day Financial Transition Challenge Day 26: Physical Wellness

Welcome to Day Twenty-Six of the “30 Day Financial Transition Challenge.”  Today’s article focuses on your physical well being. Bottom Line Up Front (BLUF)  Your transition can be a very stressful time.  During times of high stress, it’s very easy … Continue reading

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30 Day Financial Transition Challenge Day 25: Quality of Life

Welcome to Day Twenty-Five of the “30 Day Financial Transition Challenge.”  Today’s article focuses on your quality of life. Bottom Line Up Front (BLUF)  While it’s important to focus on the financial impacts of your military transition, you need to … Continue reading

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30 Day Financial Transition Challenge Day 24: Employment

Welcome to Day Twenty-Four of the “30 Day Financial Transition Challenge.”  Today’s article focuses on your post-military employment. Bottom Line Up Front (BLUF)  In the first part of this series, we focused a lot on your personal finances.  Today, we’re … Continue reading

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30 Day Financial Transition Challenge Day 23: PCS Move

Welcome to Day Twenty-Three of the “30 Day Financial Transition Challenge.”  Today’s article focuses on your post-military household goods move and relocation. Bottom Line Up Front (BLUF)  As you exit the military, you’ll want to make sure you understand your … Continue reading

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30 Day Financial Transition Challenge Day 22: Disability Insurance

Welcome to Day Twenty-Two of the “30 Day Financial Transition Challenge.”  Today’s article focuses on disability insurance. Bottom Line Up Front (BLUF)  As you exit the military, it’s important to look at protecting your post-military income, especially from death and … Continue reading

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30 Day Financial Transition Challenge Day 21: Long Term Care

Welcome to Day Twenty-One of the “30 Day Financial Transition Challenge.”  Today’s article focuses on long term care. Bottom Line Up Front (BLUF) Most servicemembers probably do not need to worry about long term care when they exit the military.  … Continue reading

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