Invest in Your Family's Future EDUCATION CENTER Welcome to the RCM Capital Management Education Center. At RCM, we've worked with military men and women stationed around the world, and know well the challenges military families face in planning for your future. You'll be able to find helpful articles and videos relating specifically to military personnel on this page. Personal Finance Tips for Military Families One survey found that 77% of military personnel have some financial worries, mostly regarding their lack of savings to cover retirement or other needs.¹ While the financial situation of military personnel and their families mirrors the general population in many respects, heavy indebtedness and mismanagement of credit cards may be especially acute issues for service members. READ MORE A Salute to Our Military Men and Women As financial professionals, we strive to help Americans secure their financial freedom - just one of the many freedoms our military men and women protect each day.We recognize that we wouldn't be able to carry out this labor of love nor enjoy the countless freedoms we enjoy daily if it were not for your selfless sacrifice.And for this, we express our sincerest gratitude to these brave men and women.THANK YOU. WATCH VIDEO How This Air Force Family Paid Off $177K in Debt Source: www.DaveRamsey.com Getting out of debt takes time, focus and determination. That’s the equation this military family used to pay off $177,000 in four years. They never gave up! "When I became a physician’s assistant and joined the military, we were still living paycheck to paycheck," says Mike. "It was a little frustrating actually. One of the military chaplains [led a Financial Peace Military Edition class], and we got hooked right then and there." READ MORE 3 Steps to a Confident Military Retirement Source: www.DaveRamsey.com When you chose a career in the military, you knew it would come with sacrifices. Maybe you’ve spent a lot of time away from your spouse or missed major milestones in your child’s life. Yet, you serve your country well—even when it means putting yourself in the line of danger. Of course, your spouse makes sacrifices too. Multiple deployments bring the stress of uncertainty and single-handedly tending the home front, while frequent moves can make it difficult for your spouse to develop a career of their own. READ MORE Your FutureOur first priority is helping you take care of yourself and your family. We want to learn more about your personal situation, identify your dreams and goals, and understand your tolerance for risk. Long-term relationships that encourage open and honest communication have been the cornerstone of my foundation of success.