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Financial Literacy Boosts Confidence in Military Families, First Command Reports

5/15/2013

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FORT WORTH, Texas, Apr 25, 2013 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- A high level of financial knowledge is associated with feelings of emotional well-being in middle-class military families, reinforcing the value of financial education in the armed forces.

Results of a financial literacy test and survey jointly commissioned by First Command Financial Services, Inc., and First Command Educational Foundation reveal that military test takers who earn a perfect score are more likely than those with low scores to report feeling:

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