Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy: The main CFA privacy policy applies to the Military Saves website with these additions.

Military Saves collects information from members of the military who sign up voluntarily to participate in the savings program.  The Military Saves site does not collect first or last names, but it does collect email address, installation location, installation name, branch of service, duty status, and rank/grade.  Military Saves does not share personal information with anyone. 


Tip of the Day

  • Written by Tammy G. Bruzon | February 3, 2018

    Join us and hundreds of organizations committed to helping service members save during #MSW18 (Feb 26 - Mar 3) with @MilitarySaves and @ChooseToSave:

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On the Right Track to Build Wealth

Written by Super User | April 16, 2013

My name is Robina Wahl, and I am a military wife and a veteran. Although I am fairly new to the Military Saves Campaign, the message to “Build Wealth, Not Debt” reassured me that my husband and I were on the right track and doing the right things.

I have always been pretty responsible when it comes to saving and living within my means, but I was not prepared for the unpredictable employment lifestyle of being a Reservist and military spouse.


A Disciplined Approach to Saving

Written by Super User | November 26, 2010

I just recently retired after 30 years of service with the Marine Corps. I truly enjoyed my time serving the Corps and I flourished in the disciplined environment. I also took a disciplined approach to saving. Here are some of the tactics I used-they are very low to moderate risk.


One Sailor's Course to Financial Freedom

Written by Super User | November 26, 2010

We all know its not easy to get out of debt once you in over your head. But it can be done with the sound advice and support that the Military Saves program offers. I am a testament to that. I was a recently divorced, single mother. Like many people I had credit card debt, a car loan, bad credit, and a low income job that never seemed to be enough to put food on the table.

Then I decided I'd had enough of living paycheck to paycheck and worrying about money all the time.