An ex-Department of State employee cheated the department and the Department of Defense (DoD) out of more than $150,000 through his role managing South Command (SOUTHCOM) travel allowances, according to the South Carolina district attorney's office.
Hope for the Warriors will be able to change more lives for veterans thanks to a grant they recently received from social impact investment agency American Veterans Group, the only public benefit corporation on Wall Street.
A 70-unit private apartment complex for military veterans, some of whom are homeless, is set to open up this month. It's one of the first private veterans' communities in the United States to offer rental housing to veterans of all incomes, and it includes comprehensive services that help move the former service members to eventually become homeowners.
Sailors who received an increase in their housing allowance this year because they got married or moved to a higher cost-of-living area have been forced to wait months for their increase in their paychecks, forcing some in the Navy to take out loans from their banks.
Janice Traylor's husband Gary, an Army veteran, died last summer because of heart failure. Traylor said she has struggled for months since his death to gain access to thousands of dollars he had in his bank account as well as his military benefits.
A 20-year Army infantry veteran has been paying it forward by connecting his fellow veterans with resources to help those interested in pursuing careers in the financial sector.
Throughout the week of Nov. 8, a number of United Community Bank employees displayed kindness and community service to honor America's veterans in the lead-up to the official U.S. holiday on Nov. 11.
It's the third year in a row that the nation's second-biggest credit union, Penfed, has been named a "Best for Vets" employer of 2021. Penfed offers banking services, auto loans, home loans, credit cards and personal loans to military families.
Since 2016, U.S. Bank has been a continuous volunteer and financial sponsor of Workshops for Warriors (WFW), a non-profit organization that teaches veterans manufacturing skills.
Our nation's veterans and active-duty military were honored as part of the annual salute to service week kickoff by the Washington Football team and USAA in honor of the nation's heroes.
Back in 2014, when cryptocurrency was just making its way into the market, the regulators of banks in New York tried to question the sudden onset of digital payments and thought that regulating crypto would make it legal, which could cause a significant dent in the financial industry.
Despite the fact that The Scottsdale Research Institute’s (SRI) cannabis research has been authorized by the federal government, Bank of America has notified the organization that they will shut down their bank accounts.