Mental health continues to pose a challenge to millions of people. Understand the options you have to face your mental health struggles and get the support you need.
Members leave the military and return to civilian life every year. But life after the military can present many difficult and unique challenges. If you are experiencing financial hardship or transition struggles, know there are resources that can help.
USAGov offers you tips to make the most of your holiday budget and protect yourself from scams and fraud.
If you are experiencing financial hardship, federal government benefit programs may be able to help you. See what you and your family could be eligible for, the type of temporary financial support you can receive, and how to apply.
Election Day 2022 is almost here. Get ready with quick tips from USAGov. This checklist will arm you with the things you need to know so you can vote in person or by mail.
Since a lot has changed with travel during the pandemic, know the latest requirements and recommendations from experts across the government. Follow this guide for answers to your latest travel questions before you go.
These days, there are mobile applications for every situation that help make your life easier. Did you know there are apps developed for you by the U.S. government to prepare before, stay safe during and recover after an emergency?
Every phase of life has unique challenges that can change at any time. As you experience big transitions like retiring from a long career or losing your home, understand what government services can help along the way. Search through the latest guide to navigate through any event life throws your way.
By:USAGov and the Federal Trade Commission Date: July 17, 2017 Most service members transition out of the military into a civilian career or educational training. But not every training program or job service may be out to help you.July is the Month of the Military Consumer. And Military.Consumer.gov can help you avoid common pitfalls when [...]
As the federal tax deadline approaches soon, you may still have questions about filing your federal, state and business taxes in 2022. Use USAGov’s tax season guide to understand steps you need to take to successfully file by the April 18 deadline.