Transitioning from military to civilian life
Be prepared for your post-military life. Learn about VA home loan benefits, your health care options and the best ways to pay down debt.
5 ways civilian and military pay are different
Understanding 5 key differences between your civilian paycheck and your LES can reduce the likelihood of surprises — and help you pick the job that’s best for you.
Where will I get health insurance?
What former military members need to know about taxes
Transitioning from time in the service to civilian life means different tax rules. Here are 5 things you need to know to avoid surprises.
How to get the most from the GI Bill
Debt after the military: 5 things to know
If you have debt post-military service, you’re not alone. Be aware of these 5 key factors to help you manage it successfully.
Financial checklist for transitioning military members
Transitioning to civilian life can feel overwhelming. Try this checklist to help you stay organized and plan accordingly.
Understanding civilian retirement plans
The slippery slope of credit card debt: A veteran's guide
Decoding car financing for veterans
Your VA home loan game plan
Having a VA loan can be great when you’re buying a home. Follow these 8 guidelines to keep your purchase on track.
Ready for more?View all Spotlights
We strive to provide you with information about products and services you might find interesting and useful. Relationship-based ads and online behavioral advertising help us do that.
Here's how it works: We gather information about your online activities, such as the searches you conduct on our Sites and the pages you visit. This information may be used to deliver advertising on our Sites and offline (for example, by phone, email and direct mail) that's customized to meet specific interests you may have.
If you prefer that we do not use this information, you may opt out of online behavioral advertising. If you opt out, though, you may still receive generic advertising. In addition, financial advisors/Client Managers may continue to use information collected online to provide product and service information in accordance with account agreements.
Also, if you opt out of online behavioral advertising, you may still see ads when you sign in to your account, for example through Online Banking or MyMerrill. These ads are based on your specific account relationships with us.
To learn more about relationship-based ads, online behavioral advertising and our privacy practices, please review the Bank of America Online Privacy Notice and our Online Privacy FAQs.