Guide to Military Education Benefits and Resources

Service members and their dependents have many opportunities to get help with education before, during and after they serve.

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This is the second article in a series covering the many financial benefits for U.S. military members. Part one is Guide to Military Benefits for Retirement, Pay and Savings.

The U.S. government has a variety of education programs available to service members to ensure they have ample opportunities before, during and after their military service period. These benefits offer affordable paths toward further education for individuals who are interested in military service, are already serving or have completed their service commitment.

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Zach Mindel
Financial Adviser, Forum Financial Management, LP

Zach Mindel is a Financial Adviser with Forum Financial Management, LP, a Registered Investment Adviser that manages more than $8 billion in client assets. Before joining Forum, Zach spent over 10 years in the U.S. Navy as a Naval Aviator and remains in the Naval Reserves as a flight instructor. Zach is based in Bellingham, Wash., and works with clients nationwide. He specializes in comprehensive financial planning tailored to the unique needs of veterans, service members and their families. Drawing on his firsthand experience navigating military benefits and transitions, he provides specific guidance on retirement planning, investment management and reaching long-term financial goals.