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Benefits of banking with USAA

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Are you a member or former member of the United States military? Have you been considering banking with USAA? If so, you are on way to some great benefits and easy to manage services. With that, here are five benefits of allowing USAA to handle your money and assist you in life.

History

First and foremost, USAA is a bank that offers financial services. The acronym stands for United Services Automobile Association. It was founded by a group of Army officers who made a decision to ensure each other. Their insurance accountability planned prospered as they were able to get other military members on board, and soon found themselves to have a business.

Banking

Like any normal bank, USAA offers checking, savings, and certificate of deposit accounts. These accounts come in various styles to suit the needs and wishes of their owners' budgets and financial goals.

Insurance

What makes USAA standout from other banks is its offer of insurance. Through USAA, members can have their car, home, life, small business, and more insured.

Investments

USAA has a wide range of investment options for its customers. Mutual funds, stocks, bonds, IRAs and more can be purchased or invested in through their services.

UPS Store

Last but not the least, USAA has a special alliance with UPS Stores nationwide. USAA does not have as many branches in cities like other major banks. Therefore, they have partnered with the UPS Store to allow their patrons to make check deposits into their accounts at UPS Store locations.

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