The coronavirus pandemic led to some temporary changes in tax laws. Most changes apply to the general public, but some have special implications for the military community. Continue reading Here’s What You Need to Know About the New Tax Laws
In a nutshell…The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs offers many benefits for eligible veterans, including VA loans, the GI Bill, job training, medical benefits and housing grants for disabled veterans. Continue reading Guide to Veterans Affairs benefits and loans
The program is available for low-income Austin residents who have been financially impacted by COVID-19 and are struggling to pay their rent. Continue reading The City of Austin’s RENT Assistance program
By Natalie Rodgers
From active-duty members of the military to longtime veterans, it’s no secret there is an array of financial resources you can utilize to best care for yourself and your family. Continue reading Five Financial Perks From Serving
By Natalie Rodgers
From active-duty members of the military to longtime veterans, it’s no secret there is an array of financial resources you can utilize to best care for yourself and your family. Continue reading Five Ways You Can Utilize Your Service for Your Finances
The COVID-19 pandemic and resultant economic downturn have had a profound financial impact on millions of Americans, including our nation’s veterans and military families. Continue reading The Bob Woodruff Foundation Releases Best Practices for Organizations Providing Emergency Assistance to Veteran and Military Families
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, or CARES Act, was designed to help Americans economically impacted by the coronavirus pandemic and to help homeowners avoid home foreclosure.
Continue reading CARES Act Extends VA Home Loan Options for Financial Hardship
In light of the public health crisis brought about by COVID-19, many Americans across the country have seen their lives suffer. Veterans and military families are no exception and have experienced both the health and economic impacts of the pandemic.
Continue reading Financial Resources Available During the Pandemic
By Brandon Black of the Gary Sinise Foundation
The first time it happened caught Kimberly Petersen off guard when she was watching her daughter, Allyson’s softball game. Seconds had passed, yet Allyson still had a blank stare, if not, unconscious look on her freckled face. Episodes like this kept repeating on and off the softball field, with each instance lasting for between 20 to 30 seconds. Continue reading Navy Veteran Receives Financial Support from the Gary Sinise Foundation in face of Foreclosure and Cancer Battles
By Brandon Black of The Gary Sinise Foundation
At the start of the year, one semester separated Renne Villareal from earning a degree in Special Education. One semester stood between her and starting a career teaching kids and adolescents diagnosed with physical and mental learning needs. Continue reading How the Gary Sinise Foundation Helped a National Guardsman and Special Education Teacher