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The gift of cash awaits many newlyweds. While you and your spouse may have the urge to have fun burning through that fat bundle, try to resist the temptation to spend it all. Having a little fun is OK, but take this opportunity to start off your marriage on the right financial track. Mikel Van Cleve, a USAA
When it comes to getting a home loan, we all know the drill, right? Meetings and phone calls with a loan officer, lots of waiting and piles of paper. Getting pre-qualified before you head out to look at homes can help reduce hassles and get the home buying process started on the right path, says
Quincy Williams is chasing his big break. After success landing TV and movie roles, he’s looking to relocate to Los Angeles to ramp up his acting career. But before he does, he’s considering the insurance risks of being a homeowner or renter there. “I need to learn about earthquake insurance,” Williams says. Work and school
Your parents are getting older. No one wants to have “the talk.” But the holidays can be an opportune time to discuss their finances and health care needs. “It’s a tough conversation to have with aging parents, but it may be tougher to navigate in the future without good planning today,” says Sean Scaturro, USAA’s
Former Air Force officer Dwight Helmuth, member since 1987, purchased a second home close to family and quality medical care. Dwight Helmuth spent years renovating his historical Kansas home, but he sees a move in his future. He recently purchased a one-story townhome in Pennsylvania to be closer to family and medical care while maintaining