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(p. 211) Money Management for Returning Service Members and Veterans 

(p. 211) Money Management for Returning Service Members and Veterans
(p. 211) Money Management for Returning Service Members and Veterans

Anne Klee

, Moe Armstrong

, and Laurie Harkness

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date: 28 October 2020

Money management is a slowly visible problem facing many returning service members that can lead to a range of psychosocial stressors. It is an important issue that clinicians should be assessing for and then offering needed interventions and resources. All active duty, Guard, and Reserve service members need to be taught money management skills; financial literacy should be an integral part of their life skills training as they transition back into the community. Often, bad habits developed before or while in the military have become obstacles and barriers to independent community living. This chapter reviews the problem and highlights several mental health resources and money management intervention models.

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