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Military Saves 2015

Military Saves Week is February 23 - 28.
"In the military, we're conditioned to hope for the best but plan for the worst. Finances are no different."
(MCPOCG Steven W. Cantrell) 

Good financial management is an important factor in the readiness of all Service Members and their families. A sound financial plan, with realistic goals and an auto saving mechanism, will ensure not only the wealth and security of your family, but your fiscal fitness and  readiness as members of the military community. Take this opportunity to evaluate your fiscal fitness and take the first step towards a secure future today.

Sign up for Military Saves Week 2015: http://www.militarysaves.org/organizations/military-saves-week/sign-up-for-military-saves-week-2015




A Survivor's Story

Survivor Angela Powell-Woulfe tells her story of how she overcame adversity after her father, a Michigan Army National Guardsman, made the choice to end his life. Her powerful story serves as a beacon for others to connect to as she has been courageous enough to share her story of how she fought through the tragedy of suicide to become a remarkable survivor.

Video Shot and Edited by SSG Adam Fischman


The National Guard Financial Management Awareness Program (FMAP) provides training and education, counseling/consulting, and information and referral to commands, to Service members, and to their Families.

FMAP assists Service members and their Families in increasing personal and family financial knowledge and readiness, and thereby, the program contributes incrementally to the operational readiness of the National Guard.

Focusing initially on first term Service members, the mission of FMAP is to impart knowledge and skills in all facets of basic financial management to include managing monthly income, expenses, savings credit, and consumer rights and protections, with the goal of the Service member achieving important individual and family financial goals and objectives.

In addition, FMAP provides Service members knowledge and insights in the basics of purchasing or leasing a car, renting or buying a home, managing personal risks through insurance products, understanding the potential for return and risk in investments, and the financial implications of transition to civilian life.

FMAP is especially sensitive to the situations and needs of the Service member experiencing financial hardship. FMAP is well-integrated with other key programs in the Family Program operations, specifically in the areas of, Readiness; Transition Assistance; Family Member Employment; Children, Youth and Teens; Exceptional Family Member Program and Educational and Vocational Programs.

Personal Financial Management

It doesn’t have to be complicated

FMAP is the National Guard’s program aimed at helping Service members and Families achieve their financial goals. Assistance, resources and planning solutions provided by FMAP can help guide and explain financial matters to individuals and families and help set realistic financial goals. Smart financial management starts with smart choices. Learn More

Financial Readiness

The Financial Management Awareness Program is here to help you alleviate financial distress so you can be “Always Ready, Always There”. Learn More

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To reach your local Personal Finance Counselor, contact the FMAP National Program Manager

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Military Community & Family Policy

Use the web and social media to connect with and learn about the programs and policies available to the military community, including links to Military Community & Family Policy, Military OneSource, Spouse Employment Opportunities and the Healthy Base Initiative. Learn More (PDF)


The Personal Financial Management Staff strengths lie in basic individual and family economics. Core proficiencies are teaching and analyzing income, expenses, use of revolving and installment credit, savings, and basic investments and investing. Core proficiencies also include consumer awareness and protections, car buying, housing options, education funding, basic insurance, banking and financial services, debt management, and financial planning for active duty contingencies (an impending PCS move, deployment of a spouse and family separation, planning for transition, and other major life events while on active duty). The staff has basic but not advanced proficiencies in individual taxes and retirement planning. While the staff is conversant with legal affairs such as wills and powers of attorney, all such questions, as well as DUI, contracts, divorce, wills and trusts are referred to the Legal Assistance office.


All information shared during these meetings is covered by the Privacy Act and is treated to the strictest confidence. Information is NEVER released to a third party without a request from and the signed consent of person whose information is requested.

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