One claims manager talks of USAA’s commitment to serving members during difficult circumstances.

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“I recall standing where the member’s house once stood, with nothing remaining on the lot other than the concrete slab.”

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You didn’t really think the market’s roller-coaster ride was over already, did you? This week’s headlines could have been recycled from last week. We’ve seen another bout of volatility triggered by more worries about weakness in China.

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USAA member’s service to his country began during the Vietnam War but ended tragically in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

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With the Supreme Court ruling protecting the constitutional right for all people to get married, new spouses may face challenges managing how to merge their financial lives. Consider these factors when combining household finances.

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In 1961, three Marines lowered the American flag outside the U.S. Embassy in Cuba, a visible sign of the severed ties between the two countries. Fifty-four years later, those retired Marines returned for the reopening of the diplomatic post, where they delivered a new flag and saw it raised by a new generation of Marines.

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As we get older and reflect on our accomplishments, our attention begins to shift to the next generation and our legacy. One of the best ways to pay it forward to the next generation is by mentoring someone who needs it as much as you did.

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