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What Zombie Shows Can Teach Us About Attacking Debt

by User  J.J. Montanaro USAA  |  Retired, Army  |  San Antonio, TX  |  10-14-2016

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To put a twist on a classic line from a popular Hollywood movie, “I watch dead people.” That hasn’t always been the case, but at some point in the last few years I drifted into the world of living-dead entertainment. I found myself engrossed in movies, TV shows and even books filled with the walking, or in some cases running, dead. It got me thinking. Isn’t the gloom, doom and desperation faced by...

Back-to-School … as an Adult?

by User  Mikel Van Cleve USAA  |  09-16-2016

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Returning to school as an adult isn’t uncommon these days. In fact, 40% of college students are 25 and older. I happen to be one of them — for the second time. Here are a few challenges many of us face as adult learners, along with some tried-and-true advice for overcoming them.

Life insurance doesn’t have to be a difficult topic. Follow these tips to help determine your coverage needs, and take the next steps to help protect your loved ones.

Budgeting on the Post-9/11 GI Bill Stipend

by User  Ingrid Bruns USAA  |  09-02-2016

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Could you afford to go to school and budget yourself to live on the Post-9/11 GI Bill stipend? Consider these potential expenses when creating your back-to-school budget.

“Back-to-school” is now the second largest spending event of the year. How prepared are you for school shopping this year?

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