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Become a Sharpen Your Financial Focus Graduate. This program is FREE to current and former military members and their families. Addresses Financial Challenges Faced By Military

CCCSOKorg Military SYFF Project


As a Graduate of Sharpen Your Financial Focus at, you will: 

  • Improve your credit score without dealing with sketchy for-profit services and paying expensive fees. 
  • Improve your community by becoming financially strong and providing leadership to others.
  • Use a master budget and weekly monitoring plan to reduce stress and help you plan where your money is going.
  • Connect with a Money Mentor to answer questions you have along the way.
  • Free access to your credit report and score.
  • Free one-year membership in credit monitoring system to reduce risk for fraud and identity theft.
  • Protect your security clearance and resolve existing problems.
  • Sharpen Your Financial Focus is totally confidential with no risk to your privacy.



Find us at Comrades and Coffee from 8:00 am to 11:00 am at 1311 N. Lottie in Oklahoma City on the 2nd and 4th Fridays of each month.

Download our Flyer Here to Share or to Find Out More: CCCSOKorg Military SYFF Project

See our slide from the Speed Sharing Military Event on September 25th, 2014 at the Crossings Community Center in Oklahoma City: CCCSOKorg PPT Template

View our brochure to check out other services has to offer to help you make changes in your finances.

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Special points of interest:

  • Sometimes homesickness causes overspending when soldiers are deployed overseas
  • Be sure to set bills on automatic pay when preparing to deploy. Leave login and account information with a trusted family member
  • Special Pay and FAMSEP Pay are temporary. Treat them as windfalls, not permanent increases in income.
  • The LES should be reviewed every time. If a mistake is made in a soldier’s favor the money will be taken out on a future check.
  • When a partner is left home during a deployment it can be difficult to stay on a spending plan. Anticipate more meals out  at  a minimum.
  • Some banks and credit unions are set up to serve the unique financial needs of the military. Try banks like USAA or military credit unions for solutions.
  • Check with the finance office on base to take advantage of a special deployment savings program for up to $10,000 earning great interest rates.
  • Military personnel are targeted by high interest loan companies, car dealerships and other lenders for their steady income. Caution before a loan.

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