Learning how to manage personal and family finances is a critical need for many young “new generation” veterans. Despite military training, many often have little or no experience with budgeting and financial planning. Additionally, the number of young veterans who are homeless or at risk of homelessness is growing. Still, homelessness is not easily recognized among this group, which is why information and resources should be made accessible through financial management workshops, as well as in other areas where veterans are congregating. Many institutions have included such workshops in a veterans breakout during orientation, or in veteran-specific courses offered in the student’s first year.