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Trying to Get Ahead? Figure Out Where Your Finances Really Stand

‎05-12-2016 09:36 AM

On a scale of 1 to 100, how would you rate your financial readiness?

 

USAA’s free Financial Readiness Score tool can help you know for sure. Not only will you get a score, you’ll also get simple, customized tips to improve your financial readiness — including steps you can take today.

 

Financial readiness score tool

 

Learn more and get started at usaa.com/myfinancialscore.

 

 


This material is for informational purposes and is not investment advice, an indicator of future performance, a solicitation, an offer to buy or sell, or a recommendation for any specific product. A Financial Readiness Score should not be used as the primary basis for making investment or financial decisions. A Financial Readiness Score provides a basic assessment that is based on information and assumptions provided by you regarding your goals, expectations and financial situation, but it does not guarantee financial success or replace more detailed financial planning. The calculations do not infer that USAA assumes any fiduciary duties. Consider your own financial circumstances and goals carefully before investing or purchasing financial products. Before making any decision, consult your own tax, financial or legal advisors regarding your situation. Information provided by you in connection with the Financial Readiness Score tool is voluntary, will not be considered in connection with a request or application for credit or insurance products/services, and may be used by USAA for marketing and other business purposes as set forth in the USAA Privacy Promise.

 

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