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

    The current version of the CARES Act has many aspects that will expire this week, and there is talk in Congress of extending the provisions in various forms. I have given my take on the latest developments below.
  • Coping with Financial Issues of COVID-19 - Part 18

    I am finishing up my second “Pony Week” and continuing Zoom sessions this week with the topic for next Thursday’s brief being “Blended Retirement System: Review, Continuation Pay and Lump Sum Options”.
  • Coping with Financial Issues of COVID-19 - Part 17

    Hope this finds you and yours safe and healthy. My Zoom sessions continue this week with the topic for Thursday’s brief being “Raising Financially Fit Kids”.
  • Coping with Financial Issues of COVID-19 - Part 16

    I hope you all are staying healthy and safe. There is a lot of news regarding your Thrift Savings Plan so hope you find these Tidbits interesting.
  • Coping with Financial Issues of COVID-19 - Part 15

    Greetings, all! I realize some of you have already returned to the base in some form but I was hoping to be part of the split wing, Pony/Express, schedule but apparently not at this time. I hope to see some of you attend my Zoom sessions as they continue with a general drop-in Q&A on Tuesday and a formal briefing Thursday (1:00-2:00) to include a Q&A session from 2:00-3:00. Watch your email for the scheduled topics for the balance of July, this week, July 2, I will cover home purchases again.
  • Coping with Financial Issues of COVID-19 - Part 13

    I will continue this week with my Zoom sessions Tuesday and Thursday (1:00-3:00) to include an approved AF briefing in a condensed form during the first hour on Thursday. This week will be the last module of First Duty Station-Enlisted.
  • Coleman family mobilized to help support COVID-19 response efforts

    For one Missouri National Guard family, helping the community is a family affair.
  • Wing has new human resource advisor

    When the wing’s previous Human Resource Advisor (HRA), Senior Master Sgt. Candace McCune, transferred to the 139th Medical Group, Command Chief Master Sgt. Kris Neros knew it would be tough to find someone to fill the shoes that McCune had left.
  • Missouri National Guard Airman dedicates her career to helping others

    Maj. Kristie Miller grew up knowing two things, that she wanted to join the military and wanted to have an impact on people’s lives.

    Last week my tips dealt with special opportunities you probably will have with the increased income and the importance of giving serious thought to building an actionable and realistic plan. This week I will build on that with some additional tips.