Understanding your options for support After a career serving in the military, you may have been left with a life-changing physical or mental injury that is preventing you from living your life to the full. You may be struggling with simple day to day tasks, which prior to your injury were not a challenge. With mental or physical injuries such as these, you may be entitled to receive a veteran disability benefit.
After spending a considerable amount of time serving in the military, veterans may find the return to civilian life more challenging than expected. Many veterans feel overwhelmed with re-adjusting to society, organizing personal finances, and finding a new job. Exploring new career options provides a unique challenge. If you have recently returned from active duty and are not sure where to start your job search, consider the tips presented below.
It has been a tough few months for many of us – some may have lost their jobs, others currently furloughed or the few who may have been required to work through the pandemic, but one thing that is true for all is that there have certainly been some financial struggles throughout and learning new methods to manage your personal finance has been paramount. As we continue to move through in to the ‘new normal’, staying on top of your personal finances moving forward will be increasingly important – but what are the best ways to do so?
The date upon which we come to the end of our working lives is, for most of us, a good date. Coming to within two or three years of retirement is a talking point. We buy calendars and circle the date in red. We’re finally going to have time on our hands. Vacations, hobbies, family time, seeing friends, you name it, we’re going to do it all and we can’t wait. Of course, just like any dead end in life, massive changes to our daily routine comes with some disruption – not going to work anymore means that we lose a certain kind of structure that we have relied on for decades.
Finances are one of the major causes of stress. In a study, 73 percent of Americans admitted money was something that caused them concern. This year has been a time for increased uncertainty, and many people are facing financial pressure.
Knowing the ins and outs of a health insurance plan can help narrow down its best qualities. With the Covid-19 virus in full force, a Corona Kavach plan becomes a necessary partner to secure you savings against unplanned hospitalisation expenses. But what are you looking for as an individual? What about your family? These are only a few questions you should be asking before signing a contract.