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"We knew that the tax credit deadline was right around the corner. He was extremely appreciative of everyone pulling together to make the closing happen for him so quickly."
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"The 21-year-old Army specialist was calling from the hospital. He was in the early stages of a long recovery from losing a leg to an IED in Iraq and was already looking ahead to when he would need a vehicle with special modifications. The VA was going to pay $11,000, but he needed a loan for the other $17,000."

CEO-elect Stuart Parker expresses gratitude, commitment to the National Executive Committee during fall meetings.

As you survey the youngsters on your gift list this year, consider planting some of those seeds instead of adding to an already full toy box.
January 5, 2015 8:57am - 1 comment
The folks at Social Security have decided to start sending out paper copies again.
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Nearly a third of Americans have at some point borrowed from their retirement plan at work, according to a recent TIAA-CREF survey.
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Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera learned important values and work ethic from his father, Eugenio, a longtime Army officer.

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

August 19, 2014 2:22pm
The Great Recession forced many Americans to tighten their personal balance sheets. But six years later, a dark cloud of debt still looms large.
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