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USAA is The American Legion's preferred provider of financial services. Offering a range of top-rated financial and insurance products and services. USAA welcomes honorably discharged U.S. military veterans, active-duty troops and qualified family members and descendants of those who have served. USAA contributes funds to American Legion programs when members join through a dedicated channel:
usaa.com/legion or by calling toll-free at 1-877-699-2654.

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"We were very consistent in offering her step-by-step guidance on how to reduce her debt and credit utilization. We even signed her up for credit monitoring so she could watch her credit score rise more than 50 points."
KEN KAAIHUE
FIT Specialist
"It is claims like this one that tug at your heart. When I initially spoke to our member, I just wanted to jump through the phone and give him a hug and tell him it would be OK. All I could do was listen and be there for him in his greatest time of need. That’s what we do for our members."
BROOKE NARUM
USAA Representative
USAA CEO Stuart Parker talks military service, veterans employment and how the company is The American Legion’s kindred spirit.
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CEO-elect Stuart Parker expresses gratitude, commitment to the National Executive Committee during fall meetings.

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USAA Certified Financial Planner J.J. Montanaro offers monthly personal finance advice.

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