Take The 30 Day Financial Transition Challenge!

If you’re approaching the end of your military career, you might feel like the world’s caving in all around you.  You’re trying to prepare for life in the civilian world when you’ve suddenly realized something.  You’re not ready for your financial transition!

Along the course of your career, you’ve had these financial questions and concerns in the back of your head.  You’ve been preoccupied with everything military, so you’ve just put these questions in the back of your mind and trudged onto your next duty station.

Now, there’s no ‘next duty station,’ and you’ve just realized that you need to get your finances straight as you move out.

Trying to figure out how all the pieces fit together financially?

Want to get a better handle on all the different ways money touches your life?

Would you like to have a checklist of things that you need to accomplish before (or as) you transition?

In that case, you should take the 30 Day Financial Transition Challenge!  This isn’t a gimmick, and no one’s going to do the work for you.  However, I’ve distilled the most important financial aspects of your transition into sizable, daily projects that should help you build your own project list and take control of your transition.

By the end of the 30 Day Financial Transition Challenge, you will not have solved your problems.  However, you should have a solid game plan that you can execute on your own schedule.

By the time you get to the end of this challenge, you should have quite a few things on your to-do list.  Take some time to digest it, and build yourself a schedule so that you can address these things one step at a time.

If you need help just getting your hands around your concerns, feel free to join the Military in Transition Facebook Group.  In this group, you can talk with a like-minded community of people who can help you through your most serious challenges.

If you feel like you’d rather work with a fee-only financial planner, feel free to learn more about me or check out my financial planning firm’s website.