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Post-Deployment Budgeting


Your financial situation and obligations are bound to change now that you are returning home. As part of your transition to civilian life, revisit your finances to minimize any stress regarding your financial well-being. If you financially prepared for deployment and stuck to your budget during your time away, you will be relieved to come home to a financially healthy life. 

  1. Take control of your finances
  2. Review your power of attorney and will
  3. Review your financial protections (under SCRA)
  4. Review your leave and earnings statement
  5. Reassess your budget and stick to it
  6. Reach out for help if you need it

 American Consumer Credit Counseling (ACCC) provides credit counseling, financial education and debt relief options for individuals and families with too much credit card debt or unsecured personal debt. Our certified credit counselors have helped thousands of consumers find credit card debt relief by learning how to reduce debt and how to get out of credit card debt. Our debt assistance services and debt management plans allow consumers to consolidate credit card bills into a single payment, and provide help with negotiating credit card debt in order to lower interest rates and finance charges, to ultimately eliminate debt through a credit card payoff plan.

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