Free New Guide Helps Servicemembers to Adjust to Civilian Life

By InChargeDebtSolutions, Special for US Daily Review.

InCharge Debt Solutions‘ (“InCharge”) new eBook, Where Do I Go From Here?, a guidebook to help servicemembers transition back to civilian life, is now available to download for free at iTunes.  First published in print, this landmark publication is now accessible on iPhones, iPad touch with iBooks, and on computers with iTunes, using any iOS device.

Where Do I Go From Here? includes articles on translating skills into civilian terms, planning a civilian career, transitioning to civilian service, and life after service.  It also features a budget worksheet and transitions resource directory.

“We’re excited about Where Do I Go From Here?,” said Shawn Walsh, InCharge’s Director of Outreach who has led the organization’s efforts to support military groups like Yellow RibbonThe American Legion Department of Florida and others in an effort to help servicemembers meet their financial literacy and life skill challenges.  “iTunes availability is a great way to ensure that every member of the military receives one of these. We would also be happy to hear from any organization that would like free print copies for their veterans, so please contact us if you are interested.”

To download a copy of  Where Do I Go From Here?, visit http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/where-do-i-go-from-here/id535571734?ls=1, or http://www.incharge.org/transitions to download a PDF version.  For more information about obtaining print copies, contact Shawn Walsh at 407-532-5894, swalsh@incharge.org.

InCharge Debt Solutions, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, provides bankruptcy counseling, credit counseling, and housing counseling services to consumers and service members in need of financial literacy education, money management guidance, and help finding the right debt solution for their specific situation.

For more information, contact InCharge Debt Solutions:

About InCharge® Debt Solutions
InCharge® Debt Solutions is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization specializing in personal finance education, housing counseling, bankruptcy services, and credit counseling. Founded in 1997, InCharge interacted with over 1.1 million consumers in 2011 alone.  InCharge is affiliated with InCharge® Education Foundation, Inc. (ICEF) which is dedicated to providing educational products, services and research supporting the personal financial literacy of consumers across America.  ICEF also provides financial literacy training to servicemembers and their families through MilitaryMoney.com.  InCharge is a member of the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC), and is accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA).


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