are older 65+ children eligible for USAA?

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vet is 95 years old, child is 70 and 81, are they ok to cover??

Asked October 26, 2017

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Membership is open to people who are currently serving in the military, as well as family members. One stipulation of membership is that the family member who served in the military was also a USAA member. In this case, then USAA membership is eligible to be passed down. If your parents were members of USAA, you would also be eligible for membership as well. However, USAA strictly enforces the rule and will prohibit you from becoming a part of it unless you can prove your parents were part of USAA.

USAA membership is highly sought after, especially among those serving in the Armed Forces, veterans, and their families. The organization offers plenty of great benefits to their members. The company provides insurance, banking, and investments to their members. Mortgage rates are highly competitive, and auto loans are also at great rates. The company even provides plenty of highly affordable insurance programs, which include life, auto, and health. Finally, the company offers financial advice which is tailored to the needs of the military community. Many people also like to take advantage of the discounts that the company offers, including on storage and price matching on travel.

Answered October 27, 2017 by insurance1822

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