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Who’s Helping Military Families Make Key Retirement Decisions?

of active duty service members are likely to seek help from a financial advisor prior to making the Blended Retirement System opt-in decision.

Source: First Command Financial Behaviors Index

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To Blend or Not to Blend

To Blend or Not to Blend?

Every active duty member of the military with less than 12 years of service and any Reserve Component member who has less than 4,320 retirement points on Dec. 31, 2017 will be faced with an important financial decision in 2018: remain in the current retirement plan or opt into the BRS?

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