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Financial wellbeing is an important factor in the post-service lives of military veterans, who sometimes face physical and mental health challenges that can both impact and be impacted by their financial situations. As part of its annual survey, the Wounded Warrior Project studies the state of financial wellbeing among its more than 150,000 constituents.

The Wounded Warrior Project is a nonprofit veterans service organization that advocates for policies and initiatives that favor injured post-9/11 veterans. Its annual survey covers a broad range of topics from physical and mental health to post-service employment and financial wellness. The survey’s examination of financial wellness assesses factors including financial wellbeing, financial strain, poverty, food security, and homelessness.

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