Military Saves Quarterly Meeting

Our next Military Saves Quarterly Meeting: 

Date: Thursday, 14 May 2015 from 1000-1300

Conference Call Number: (888) 346-3659, passcode: 776843

Location: FINRA Foundation: 1735 K Street, NW Washington, D.C. 20006

DIRECTIONS: FINRA is located one block west of Farragut Square. Metro Stations

Many thanks to Bud Schneeweis and the FINRA Foundation for hosting our meeting!


Meeting materials available for download:

May 2015 Agenda

Military Saves Week 2015 Update

Military Saves Week 2015 Installations Report

2015 Military Saves Week Army After Action Report

FINRA Foundation 2015 Military Saves Activities

 

Military Saves Quarterly Meeting Minutes, Washington DC

Military Saves' January 2015 presentation

Military Saves' October 2014 presentation

23 July 2014

16 April 2014

15 January 2014

 

 

 

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