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Monthly Highlights!

June 2024 observances​​


  • June 6, 2024: D-Day, the anniversary of the Allied invasion of Normandy, France during World War II

  • June 12, 2024: Women Veterans Day

  • June 14, 2024: Flag Day, which celebrates the adoption of the U.S. flag by the Second Continental Congress in 1777, and also marks the founding of the Continental Army

  • June 19th, 2024: Juneteenth is celebrated to commemorate the ending of slavery

  • June 27, 1953: Korean War Veterans Armistice Day

Welcome to the Personal Finance Management Course Student Portal! Here you will find all of the necessary resources to help you continue on your journey to financial success.

About: The Personal Financial Management Course, is presented by the US Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC). It is an 8-hour lesson that consists of nine (9) learning activities designed to equip AIT and One Station Unit Training Soldiers (OSUT) with essential information and practical knowledge necessary to successfully manage their financial future. The expected outcome of this lesson is to reinforce and expand the student’s current knowledge base while building a greater understanding of personal and command team responsibilities.

PFMC aims to assist in preparing students to be confident personal financial managers who can
effectively apply current Army policies and sound judgment while assessing, analyzing, and
accomplishing unit-level tasks and functions. Students are expected to actively participate in
facilitated group discussions and share their personal experiences to illustrate and strengthen
the concepts presented.


As of Jan. 1, active-duty service members are now authorized to receive reimbursement for costs related to relocation of one household pet due to a permanent change of station move.


To learn more about this program, click the link below:

Pet Travel Allowance

Army: Basic Needs Allowance

The Basic Needs Allowance, which came into effect in January of 2023, is a monthly allowance for Active-Duty Service Members that have dependents and have completed initial-entry training. Eligibility is determined by the difference between 130% of the current year's federal poverty guidelines and the preceding year's gross household income, divided by 12. 


To learn more about this program, click the link below:

Basic Needs Allowance Program  

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Army Community Service (ACS)

As a member of the Armed Forces, you have a wealth of assistance at your fingertips to help you with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your personal finances. 

Army Community Service (ACS) Financial Readiness Program (FRP) teaches Soldiers in both classroom training & individual counseling sessions, how to save and invest their money, how to establish savings goals, debt elimination strategies, and saving for emergencies

Click on any installation below to be directed to their ACS Homepage:

Fort Gregg-Adams, VA

Joint Base Langley-Eustis, VA

Little Creek/Fort Story, VA

Fort Meade, MD

Fort Moore, GA

Fort Jackson, SC

Fort Eisenhower, GA

Fort Leonard Wood, MO

Fort Novosel, AL

NCBC, Gulfport, MS

Defense Language Institute, Monterey, CA

Fort Sill, OK

Joint Base San Antonio, TX

Fort Huachuca, AZ

Sheppard AFB, TX

Goodfellow AFB, TX

Click on any of the images below to be redirected to important additional information and resources

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A complete list for your reference

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The Savings Deposit Program 

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Assistance for costs associated with home school and remote education

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