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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 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."
CHRISTIE BUGGS
USAA Representative
"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.
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