Could Financial Planning Help Stem the Rate of Military Suicides?

Number 26892
Subject Finance
Source Financial Planning magazine and Financial-Planning.com
State
Year 2014
Publication Date May 2014
Summary Most Americans believe the hundreds of soldiers (and many more veterans) who kill themselves every year do so over lingering combat trauma. They’re likely wrong. Financial Planning senior editor Ann Marsh's investigation into military suicide turned a spotlight on an overlooked but leading factor in the epidemic: financial distress.
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Keywords military; suicide; combat; trauma
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