Send Me Your Insurance and Banking Questions

Well, it’s that time of year again, time for the big blogger round-up at the USAA headquarters in San Antonio, Texas.  This time next week, I’ll be up close and personal with USAA folks and this is my opportunity to find out the answers to our burning questions.  Want to know how glass coverage works?  Been trying to figure out why you can’t get your Deposit at Mobile to work?  Ever wondered how to change your insurance when someone is deployed?  Hopefully, I’ll be able to find out!

Please put your questions in the comments, or use the box at the left to send me an email.  I’ll publish my findings next week.

About the Author

Kate Horrell
Kate Horrell is a military financial coach, mom of four teens, and Navy spouse. She has a background in taxes and mortgage banking, and a trove of experience helping other military families with their money. Follow her on twitter @realKateHorrell.
  • Rain into Rainbows

    I would love to see a feature dedicated to insurance, especially as it applies to junior enlisted. It saddens me to see how many lack renter’s and/or flood insurance. Even more don’t realize that renter’s insurance does not offer flood coverage.

    It’s absolutely necessary. I would suggest that those who think they aren’t susceptible to flooding take a look at the havoc wreaked by Irene.

  • rowe robert

    If someone steals your A.T.M. card and burns you for over 13 THOU. Who is responsible to put it back ?? The no money thief–the bank ? Subject was cautch. OR WHAT IS THE PROGRAM TO REIMBURSE ! Have D.Depoisit.,S.S. Dis.- D. D. VA. Dis. ! 100% ! This was back in june ! All I seem to get is the fickle finger of fate !!

  • Don Reitmeyer

    Lowes refused to offer a military discount with my DD 214, since I’m disabled I don’t get around well and haven’t been able to get the “Card” they require, they refused to acknowledge my DD 214 Discharge document which states Honorable discharge. Lowes is Horrible and the Customer Service Sucks! Do Not Shop the Bloomsburg, PA Store, even the management are idiots.

  • I want to tell you The concept of customers paying different merchants using the same card was expanded in 1950 by Ralph Schneider and Frank McNamara, founders of Diners Club, to consolidate multiple cards.