The military has played a big part in my life. I retired from the Air Force as a Senior Master Sergeant with 25 years of active duty service. I have had the opportunity to serve in many places around the world to include: Missouri, Guam, Australia, Turkey and completed my service at Scott AFB, IL. I greatly enjoyed my 25 years of military service, especially the years at higher ranks which allowed me to do more to help peers and subordinates both personally and professionally. I wanted the opportunity to continue supporting service members and their families even though I’m now retired from active duty, I found that with AFBN.
I was referred to AFBN thru a friend to review my financial situation. The representative provided us with information in regards to my military benefits and financial planning. He provided the tools and information so that we could take advantage of benefits and initiate the steps to become financially responsible. This has led us to a secure financial future. And based on this interaction, I pursued a career with AFBN. I already had a desire to help service members and with AFBN I am able to work to maximize their pay and benefits through simple planning.
I completely understand the lack of financial education and support provided to service members. I frequently talk with fellow veterans who never learned or took the first steps to plan for their financial future and are now struggling to make ends meet. My job is to make sure you have the information to make intelligent decisions in regards to your career, benefits and your family’s financial future.
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