Deployed personnel find ways to keep traditions alive while celebrating the season with their military family.
Sunny Anderson, an Air Force veteran, turned her passion for cooking into a career as a Food Network chef, hosting shows including “Cooking for Real,” “How’d That Get on My Plate?” and “The Kitchen.” She got her USAA membership in 1994 through her military service. How did you jump from being a home cook to
Thanksgiving is a time for retired Army Col. Charles Persyn and his wife, Nancy, to give back in recognition of a 30-year military career. The Persyns were stationed at Fort Carson, Colorado, when they invited service members to their holiday table. That was 1976 and the first of many times the couple hosted soldiers, usually
It’s no secret that shiny new mobile phones and tablets will be high on many wish lists this holiday season. Protecting the devices you and your loved ones unwrap is one resolution that shouldn’t be too hard to keep, thanks to tips from the USAA Security Center. Lock it Don’t leave your tablet or phone
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Gift cards fall into two basic types: retailer gift cards tied to a specific company's stores and bank-issued cards usable at most places where credit cards are accepted. If not selected carefully, either kind of card can cause post-holiday headaches.