By Madalyn Pemberton, America Saves Communications Associate
The Military Family Advisory Network (MFAN) recently released the findings of its second Military Family Support Programming Survey.
The research revealed telling information about what’s working and what’s not working for military families. Of particular note is how military families feel about their financial security. A couple of highlights from the Executive Summary of the 2017 findings include:
Based on the findings, MFAN recommends providing financial education throughout a service member’s career, “attached to the experiences that cause financial strain,” rather than only at the beginning of his or her career. To access the full report and corresponding infographic for additional insights, visit the survey release page.
Adequate savings continues to be a serious challenge for military families as noted in the MFAN Family Support Programming Survey. Take the Military Saves Pledge to set your goal to save towards needs, such as an emergency fund to help cover unexpected expenses and reduce the financial stress often associated with military life.
@Mil_FANet's 2017 Military Family Support Programming Survey results provide telling information about what’s working and what’s not working for military families. Check out a few highlights here >> http://bit.ly/2GaZRnX @MilitarySaves