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Income Tax Tips for Military Families

By Community Engagement

By Barbara O’Neill, Ph.D., CFP®, Rutgers Cooperative Extension  At the height of income tax filing season, it is appropriate to examine special tax benefits for military families. Military personnel and their families face unique life challenges with their duties, expenses, and transitions and, because of this, the following special tax…

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A photograph of a male solider holding a baby with a young woman.

Asset Allocation in Real Life

By Health and Well-Being

By Michael Gutter, Associate Professor, Interim FCS State Program Leader, and Family Economics Specialist, University of Florida Marcus, 27, and his wife of five years Stephanie, 26, have a three year-old son, Alexander. Marcus is a proud member of the Army, his wife Stephanie is just thinking about going back to work now…

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Target Sports As a Form of Therapy

By Health and Well-Being

Blog post written by Keith Tidball, Ph.D., Cornell University The idea of practicing target sports as a form of therapy may seem counter-intuitive to those involved in working with returning service members and veterans. However, many service members report that involvement in target sports is something they find relaxing and…

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