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Personal Financial Counselor

The resiliency center has employed a full-time personal financial counselor to assist Airmen with their financial readiness.

Personal financial counselors offer a wide range of training and workshops on topics such as money management, budgeting and developing spending plans, debt and credit card management, consumer rights and obligations, home buying, retirement and estate planning, taxes and more.

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The PFC's Corner

  • Coping with Financial Issues of COVID-19 - Part 5

    Continued good health and safety to all of you! Following is this week’s list of financial ideas or strategies that might help you during these extraordinary times.
  • Coping with Financial Issues of COVID-19 - Part 4

    Hope this week’s post finds you safe, healthy and vigilant as we work together to “flatten the curve” and make progress back to a more normal lifestyle.
  • Coping with Financial Issues of COVID-19 - Part 3

    Below is some additional information related to COVID-19 relief from several sources including the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau.
  • Coping with Financial Issues of COVID-19 - Part 2

    Below is some additional information related to COVID-19 exemptions and/or extensions.
  • Coping with Financial Issues of COVID-19 - Part 1

    The following information is being provided in hopes of answering questions you may already have or heading off questions yet to happen.
  • The PFC’s Corner – March

    The days are getting longer and warmer and I’ve even seen some evidence of enthusiastic flowers actually breaching through the soil.  The market has been crazy lately with the influence of the Coronavirus, election, etc. so moving some money to cash might be indicated.  If you’re not sure or need help let’s sit down and evaluate your situation.
  • The PFC’s Corner – January

    So Long to 2019, and HELLO 2020! The holiday season is behind us and I hope that everyone had a safe, enjoyable time with family and friends. Let’s get this year off on the right foot by looking at these four topics: 1) Best savings rates; 2) TSP performance; 3) IRS tax planning and 4) Elective contributions.
  • The PFC’s Corner – December

    I hope you all had a safe, wonderful Thanksgiving filled with family and friends! As the Christmas holiday approaches I wanted to use this month’s article to cover two items that occurred in November that really brings home the services that I offer that are available to you whether full-time or traditional.
  • The PFC’s Corner – November

    BLT, PB&J, REUBEN, HOAGIE? Did the title about food grab your attention? I was told that an offer of food would garner members’ interest so, did it work? Maybe you have heard the term “sandwich” used in a financial sense when referencing a generation that is taking care of (or making preparations to care for) elderly parents and simultaneously supporting children, school-aged or adult.
  • The PFC’s Corner – October

    It’s the 4th Quarter, Time to Win the Game! The “game” that I am speaking of, for sure, is the “Money Game”. Whether we want to play or not, regardless of our education, knowledge or experiences, “money” is the way our economy works.


Personal Financial Counselor
Office: 816-236-3939
Mobile: 573-415-6934