Anyone who has been in any branch of the military should know what DJMS stands for. And, I bet if we were to poll a percentage of you about DJMS, many responses would be filled with negatives. DJMS is anContinue reading… Army DJMS Overview
In a move that has been a long time coming, it seems all soldiers will be getting a well deserved pay raise. And for those who thing soldiers are making too much money, just consider that an E1 with lessContinue reading… A Well Deserved Pay Raise For United States Troops
There are circumstances when separation from the Army is necessary. In many cases, separation is voluntary, but there are also situations of involuntary separation too. We have noticed a large amount of involuntary separations as troops are brought home fromContinue reading… Involuntary Separations in the Army: What You Should Know
RMP is an often misunderstood subject in the Army National Guard and the Army Reserve. In today’s post, we are going to delve into RMP Funds: what they are and how they work. RMP stands for Readiness Management Period. TheContinue reading… Readiness Management Period (RMP Funds): What You Should Know
Let’s face it, in this economy, it is very difficult to prioritize our money to stash a little away for a rainy day. Between bills and other obligations, our money is stretched far and wide. Saving a little dough oftenContinue reading… 52-Week Savings Plan for Army Soldiers
Why do people serve in the Army National Guard and U.S. Military? When you ask Soldiers why they serve in the military you get a variety of responses such as patriotism, love of country, travel, the opportunity to get awayContinue reading… Do People Join the National Guard and Military for the MONEY?
What is the National Guard Signing Bonus? In many cases, you can earn a bonus to join the National Guard. This often applies to both Officers and Enlisted personnel. During my six years in the National Guard, I earned twoContinue reading… National Guard Signing Bonus
What do you need to know about the ARMY LES Statement? An Army LES is simply your leave and earnings statement. Anytime you generate pay, normally on the 1st and 15th of each month the Defense Finance Accounting Service willContinue reading… Army LES Statement