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usaa.com/legion or by calling toll-free at 1-877-699-2654.

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USAA member who had a car accident in Belgium
"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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USAA Representative

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

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