Blue Star Families Webinar: Military Separation/Retirement from a Spouse's Perspective

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Update: Miss the webinar? No worries! Check out the on demand link here and watch at your convenience:


Join Blue Star Families and USAA's Ingrid Bruns for an upcoming webinar:


Topic: Military Separation/Retirement from a Spouse’s Perspective
Webinar Registration Link

Time: July 25, 2018, 1:00 PM in Central Time


Sooner or later everyone leaves military service. Whether you and your family are currently transitioning to civilian life or have some years to go....

Now is the right time to start planning!

Join Blue Star Families for a webinar focused on what spouses need to know and discuss with their military member during the transition from military to civilian life.

Topics include:
- The Survivor Benefit Plan (SBP)
- Spouse employment
- Potential moves
- Impacts on children
- Saving early for the transition
- Understanding the need for life insurance

Space is limited, register now!

Start the conversation early! Email any questions you would like addressed to Liz Jones at and we'll ask them live during the webinar.

More about Ingrid Bruns: Ingrid is the Director of Personal Finance and Military Life Advice for USAA and is an Accredited Financial Counselor® (AFC®). A native of Bethlehem, PA, she earned her bachelor’s degree in Accounting with a minor in Business Administration from the University of Maryland, University College and her Master of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix. Ingrid also holds the Accredited Domestic Partnership AdvisorSM (ADPA®) designation. Prior to joining USAA in 2013, she worked as a personal finance counselor for service members and their families as a Department of Defense contractor. Before that, she was the director for the Stuttgart, Germany USO, where she worked to help provide a “home away from home” for military families.

Ingrid focuses on developing and delivering financial advice that helps members make good decisions about their finances: spend less than you earn, manage credit and debt properly, and save for emergencies.


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