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First Command Rolls out New Web Resource for Federal Employees.

FORT WORTH, Texas -- First Command Financial Services has launched a special Web resource to educate federal employees about their employer-provided financial benefits and how they can be integrated into a long-term financial plan.

"Federal employees have access to some unique financial benefits, but they also face some unique financial planning challenges," said Marty Durbin, president and chief operating officer of First Command. "This new online content is designed to help federal employees learn more about their benefits so they can take the right steps to pursue their financial goals and dreams."

Federal employees can go to www.firstcommand.com/federal-employees to learn more about how to incorporate their benefits into a comprehensive financial plan. Subjects include the Thrift Savings Plan, Federal Employee Group Life Insurance (FEGLI), Defined Benefit Retirement, Survivor Benefits and Long Term Care Insurance.

"During our nearly 50 years' of service to military families we have developed extensive knowledge and expertise about the many issues that impact federal employees, too," Durbin said. "First Command Financial Advisors are committed to helping federal employees understand their current benefits, get in touch with their core values, set specific goals that are aligned with those values and create a personalized financial plan."

First Command Financial Services and its affiliates, including First Command Bank and First Command Financial Planning, assist American families in their efforts to build wealth, reduce debt and pursue their lifetime financial goals and dreams. Through personalized financial plans that emphasize investments, insurance and full-service banking, First Command Financial Advisors have established lasting relationships with hundreds of thousands of client families since 1958.

For more information about First Command, visit www.firstcommand.com.

First Command Financial Services, Inc. is the parent company of First Command Financial Planning, Inc. (Member SIPC) and First Command Bank. Insurance products and services are offered by First Command Financial Services, Inc. Financial planning services and securities products are offered by First Command Financial Planning, Inc. Banking products and services are offered by First Command Bank. Securities products are not FDIC insured, have no bank guarantee and may lose value. In certain states, First Command Financial Services, Inc. is a separately registered domestic corporation and does business in California as "First Command Insurance Services."
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