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    New Navy Financial Literacy App New Navy Financial Literacy App

    The Navy recently released a new, free mobile financial literacy application to help active duty and reserve servicemembers and their families strengthen and create a strong financial foundation. The application covers a wide range of topics such as: credit, budgeting, home buying, moving, as well as how to navigate survivor benefits, insurance and the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP). Information is also available about the Blended Retirement System (BRS) that goes into effect in 2018. The Navy Financial Literacy application is available for free download from the iTunes and Google Play online stores. To find the application, search “Navy Financial Literacy’ in the app store on in your web browser. For more information please visit, www.navy.mil.

    CFPB - NFCU - Debt Collectors CFPB Orders Credit Union to Pay Millions for Improper Debt Collection Actions

    The CFPB ordered Navy Federal Credit Union to pay $28.5 million for making false threats to collect debts and for placing unfair restrictions on account access. Visit the CFPB’s Newsroom to find out more about how the credit union deceived active duty and retired servicemembers and their families. Review the newly-added Debt Collection chapter in our Resource Guide for more information on your rights as a consumer and tips on communicating with debt collectors.