While most high school students still plan to go the traditional route
of attending four-year colleges and universities when they consider
educational options after graduation, a significant number say they are
open to the idea of attending community colleges and technical schools.
Veterans of all ages often debate about personal finance issues such medical insurance, salary differencials, housing allowances, and investment and pension plans. The learning curve is even greater for younger veterans, like Mechel
Lashawn Glass, who co-wrote “The Veteran’s Money Book” after shifting
from a 17-year-old enlistee to a 22-year-old veteran to a 43-year-old
professional financial counselor.