A “Smart” Way To Thank Veterans For Their Service

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Today, many businesses rightfully roll out the red carpet to thank our country’s veterans for their service. And while SALT™ doesn’t offer anything like free double crunch shrimp, our menu does feature something you might find more satisfying: help paying for college.

(Though double crunch shrimp does sound pretty tasty.)


State and federal governments do a ton to help servicemembers, veterans, and their families cover the cost of a college education. However, it can sometimes feels like these benefits wear camouflage. To help you identify which options you may be eligible for, we wrote The Military Smartbook For Defeating Student Debt.

This comprehensive eBook outlines ways that servicemembers, veterans, and their families can pay for college, repay student loans, and receive additional education and training. It breaks down:

  • Federal programs, like the GI Bill and the Yellow Ribbon Program.
  • Benefits from more than 40 different states, as well as Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
  • How to apply for any of these options.

This eBook is just for SALT members (membership is always free, not just today), so click below to log on or register and download your copy today. It will give you something to read while enjoying your free tall coffee from Starbucks!

Thank you for your service.

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SALT is a free, nonprofit-backed educational program that helps every student who wants a college degree to get it in a financially responsible way. SALT’s neutral advice, practical information, and interactive lessons help students gain money knowledge for college and beyond, keeping them on the path to success. Learn more at saltmoney.org.

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