Rates and products offered may differ from state to state. To see the rate and offering available to you, please select the state where you bank. (Your privacy is important to us—see our Privacy Notice)
While getting back to business after deployment should be among the happiest events of an entrepreneur's life, transition challenges can make the experience bittersweet. Unfortunately, when trying to get a business back up and running, many veterans face obstacles, including:
Devising preemptive measures before deployment, such as those listed in You Own a Business and Duty Calls, should help to avert serious business complications upon homecoming. But even the most comprehensive plans are unlikely to address every contingency. To this end, experts from a range of disciplines suggest the following strategies to help make military-to-business transition a lot easier to manage:
While the SCRA does provide some valuable benefits and protections, certain conditions and limitations do apply – provisions should be read and understood carefully.
Note: Many returning veterans wonder how the Affordable Care Act (aka the health care law) will affect their health insurance coverage. The health care law does not affect the VA health program or its benefits. Veterans enrolled in the VA health program will experience no change in out-of-pocket health care costs.
At this point, a thorough inventory of assets also is in order, as is a discussion of personnel issues – conflicts, firings, promotions, for instance – with management staff.
Other resource partners are: