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"I could hear the relief in his voice when it was taken care of. In his mind, he has this one shot to make this problem go away, so my goal was that when he hangs up this is not on his mind anymore."
ROBBIE RUMMEL
Assoc. Claims Adjuster, Colorado Springs, Colo.
USAA’s Casey Marmol asked a 25-year-member with only an auto policy how USAA could do more for her. The 66-year-old Colorado widow replied: "Tell me what you can do for an old lady who lives on $2,000 a month and has lost everything."
CASEY MARMOL
USAA Representative

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.

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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