TRICARE for Life users surprised by drug cost increase

Over the last few weeks, I have heard from many Tricare for Lifebeneficiaries caught off guard by the recent increase to pharmacy costs, including a change that moved drugs that had been completely free to a charge of $7 for a 90-day supply. Drug prices increased Feb. 1 for all Tricare users, including retirees over 65 […]

Here are 4 easy ways to participate in Military Saves Week

This week is Military Saves Week, a campaign the nonprofit Consumer Federation of America. From financial institutions like USAA to bases to bloggers, you may have noticed the green logos cropping up everywhere and an increased focus on financial planning and literacy. It’s no surprise to anyone within the military community that finances are often times difficult […]

Meet the veteran who is rallying progressives in the military community

Over the last two years, as the country has grappled with a contentious and difficult election, the Mueller investigation, and subsequent fall out, veteran and military families have often found themselves represented–or misrepresented–in the political arena and media. Pam Campos-Palma, an Air Force veteran, thinks that it’s time military-connected families regain their agency, especially those […]

Want to be an entrepreneur? There’s a scholarship for that

Fieldbloom, a company that specializes in online surveys, forms, and quizzes, wants to make starting a small business more accessible for a dedicated college student. Offering a $1,500 one-time grant to a student studying a field related to entrepreneurship, the Fieldbloom Scholarship is open to applicants worldwide until December 31, 2018. To apply, students will […]