Military families have access to resources and tools to obtain higher education-- whether that's an undergraduate or master's degree, technical certificate, or…
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Your kid has some BIG dreams...but your college budget just doesn’t quite match. Uh oh. But there’s still a way to get your baby that fancy degree. Two words: GI Bill. Did you know you can share the love? Yup! All that tuition and fees money can go straight to your child! Or your spouse. Or your spouse and your kids. Seriously, split that up and let’s get your family educated! Passing on your GI Bill benefits can help make your child’s college education more affordable. But did you know that there are service requirements and deadlines to meet? Before you can pass on your GI Bill to dependents, you’ll need to serve at least 6 years (active duty and/or reserve or Guard) plus promise to stay in for at least 4 more. If you’ve already served 10 years (active duty and/or reserve or Guard), you’re good to go! If you’re on the downslope to retirement, the time is now to pass on your GI Bill. Troops can’t share their GI Bill benefits after 16 years of active service. And before you EAS, you’ll need to make sure that all your kids (or your spouse) are on the list. Changes to who can use your GI Bill can’t be made after you hang up your uniform. #GIBill #college #thankyouforyourservice #militaryfamilies http://www.milspousefest.com/
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