The president and CEO of Liberty National Bank, Ron Zimmerly, Jr., announced that Liberty National Bank would participate in a program to help homebuyers who are eligible with closing costs or down payment assistance when buying their house.
The Department of Defense is retaining supervised psychologists as part of its TRICARE military health insurance program.
USAA Life Insurance Company (USAA Life) has announced that its new digital life insurance product, which requires no medical examination, is now available in 47 states due to an increasing interest in a simplified application process and lower prices.
Home loans backed by the Department of Veterans Affairs increased by 15% last year and are being utilized at record levels. However, veteran home buyers claim that they face discrimination when using VA loans.
The White House announced new humanitarian aid to Afghanistan totaling $308 million to help as the country edges closer to a crisis since the Taliban took over nearly five months ago.
They face the same danger as their active-duty counterparts, but the benefits the more than 811,000 soldiers in the National Guard and reserves receive are not identical.
A new law passed in 2021 will make military retirement tax-free for more than 100,000 retirees in five states.
According to the Small Business Administration (SBA), there are 2.4 million veteran-owned businesses in the United States. Small businesses looking to grow or get to the next level need one thing: their next source of capital.
There are new consequences for thousands of Air National Guardsmen who aren't vaccinated against COVID-19.
The 96th Medical Group has developed a list of methods to meet patients' medical needs without requiring them to visit the hospital in person after the spread of the COVID-19 variant Omicron.
In December, the unemployment rate among U.S. veterans fell to its lowest level in over two years, before the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic that hit hundreds of thousands of jobs across the country.
The previous few months have seen an increase in car buyers accepting longer loan terms to make monthly payments smaller. Because new auto loans have been stretched out, borrowers are now being offered some of the most favorable terms in quite some time.
The National World War II Museum in New Orleans reports that Lawrence Brooks, 111, died Jan. 5, and he was the country's oldest World War II veteran.
An online lender, LoanDepot, announced it's taking over the servicing of loans funded by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA), Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Home Depot is reaffirming its commitment to serving the U.S. military community by offering a military discount benefit to all U.S. veterans, active service members and spouses.
The leader of life insurance company OneAmerica Financial recently said that death rates have increased by about 40% when compared to pre-pandemic levels among adults who are of working age.
United States attorney Ashley C. Hoff announced that Integrated Pain Associates (IPA), a pain clinic in Killeen, Texas, and Central Texas Day Surgery Center (CTDSC), an affiliated ambulatory surgery center, have agreed to pay $836,702.88 to the United States and the state of Texas to resolve allegations they overbilled federal healthcare programs.
Hot dogs are so closely linked to Coney Island in New York that the word "coney" actually means hot dog in some parts of the United States. We know it as a hot dog because it was invented on Coney Island.
As a result of the annual defense policy bill signed into law on Dec. 27, five soldiers could receive the Medal of Honor.
With a commitment to helping military veterans advance their academic careers, SoldierStrong recently announced the 2021 recipients of its annual scholarship program, SoldierScholar.