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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."
VICKIE EDWARDS
"She was so relieved. She told me she wished she could hug me. I said it would be nice, but what she was doing for me and our country was much more meaningful than a hug."
NORMA RENTERIA
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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