Giving Back in Honor of Veterans Day

All gave some; some gave all.

I’m a veteran. I didn’t serve for very long, and while I did two tours of Bosnia, I never faced the dangers that some of my fellow brothers and sisters in arms did.

Every one of them who has ever put on a uniform has made some sort of sacrifice, and most of them did it voluntarily.

While I wish for a world where no military is necessary, I am grateful for those who serve.

To give back, on this Veterans Day, November 11, 2013, I’m giving active duty servicemembers and veterans a free subscription to my Winning With Money course.

All you need to do is contact me (click on that link to the left of the parenthesis) and tell me your branch and dates of service. I’ll get you set up. It may take a day or two for me to respond, but I’ll get you confirmed.

This offer is good for November 11, 2013 only.

If you’re in the military or a veteran, please take advantage of this offer. If you know of someone who qualifies who could use the course, please send this on to them.

Thank you, veterans.

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Jason Hull was the co-founder of Broadtree Partners, a firm that acquires $1-5MM EBITDA companies. He also was the co-founder of open source search consultancy OpenSource Connections, a premier Solr and ElasticSearch firm. He and his wife FIREd (financial independence retire early) at 46 and 45, respectively. He has a BS from the United States Military Academy at West Point and a MBA from the University of Virginia Darden Graduate School of Business. He held a CFP certification from 2015 - 2021. You can read more about him in the About Page. If you live in Johnson County, Texas or the surrounding areas, he and his wife are cash buyers of Johnson County, Texas houses.

6 thoughts on “Giving Back in Honor of Veterans Day

  1. I want to thank you and all veterans for their service. It is great to see that you are giving your course away for those that have served and those still serving. One day to celebrate those that protect us is not enough.

  2. That’s awesome, Jason. That’s got to be one of the great things of owning a business: being able to provide services for discounted rates or free when you have a good cause or customer.

    1. Thanks! You could expand that sentiment out to include financial independence, period. I could not have done this when I started my last company, but financial independence opens up a world of real options for how you can give back.

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