MAP Newsletter - July 2016

 

ClarIfi Offering Financial Counseling

Through a partnership with the City of Atlantic City, Clarifi will open a new branch office directly in Atlantic City Hall (Room 511) on June 22. This location will be staffed with a credit and housing counselor who can help local residents:

·         earn ways to better manage and maximize their money
·         Adjust spending based on their income and pay cycle
·         Review options to afford their mortgage and stay current
·         Improve their credit and reduce debt
·         Prepare for home ownership

Local residents and city employees are also invited to attend two upcoming info sessions. You're invited as well!

·         See how we can help people become financially stable
·         Learn about our new upcoming office in City Hall
·         Review assistance programs that may be available

Mon, June 20, 10am - 11am
Mon, June 27, 5pm - 6pm

Both sessions will be held in Atlantic City Hall:

Council Chambers
1301 Bacharach Boulevard
Atlantic City, NJ 08401

Many people in Atlantic County continue to worry about making ends meet, so we feel that our nonprofit services are especially vital right now. Clarifi is proud to partner with Atlantic City to help its residents and employees maintain financial stability.

Job Openings

The Board of Veterans’ Appeals
The Board of Veterans’ Appeals in Washington, D.C. is hiring an Attorney-Advisor (GS-905-11).
The incumbent serves as an Attorney-Advisor (Veteran) for the Board of Veterans' Appeals (BVA).
The application deadline has been extended to August 30 and applicants must be licensed at the time of application.
Click here for more information

Arm yourself with knowledge when shopping for an auto loan

As a service member, you may face challenges when shopping for an auto loan. Frequent moves are a part of military life, but the urgent need to have a vehicle after moving to a new location – to travel to and from work, bring the kids to school, or simply run errands –  may mean that you don’t have the time to get the best loan to finance your vehicle. You may rely on the lender or auto dealer to explain what your loan terms mean, but they may not clearly explain the extent of the financial obligation you’re taking on.

To learn more, and to discover three things for service members to know about before signing on the dotted line, read our latest blog.

Article courtesy of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Upcoming Events

ASIST Workshop
July 21-22, 2016
Smyrna Readiness Center
103 Artisan Drive, Smyrna, DE
Contact Donald Daley, Suicide Prevention Program Manager, AFRC to register 302-326-7098 donald.h.daley.ctr@mail.mil