Many Military Families Cutting Back This Thanksgiving
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In a recent survey, roughly two out of three military families plan to scale back their Thanksgiving celebrations this year out of economic concerns.

The survey by Texas-based First Command Financial Services, a corporation that assists troops with financial planning, got this response from 62% of officers and NCOs—a nine-point increase over a similar poll last year.

A number of economic threats for the military have emerged this year–the recent government shutdown, debt ceiling debats, sequestration and plans to downsize the military.

Read more at http://www.usatoday.com/story/nation/2013/10/30/military-families-economic-concerns-thanksgiving/3306527/.

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