Life Insurance, In and Out Of The Military with Sean Scaturro from USAA


FTC Disclosure: Today’s episode is sponsored by USAA. Even though it’s sponsored, this episode contains our thoughts, stories, and opinions on life insurance.

Life insurance in the military is something that has to be talked about. It’s not only a benefit your eligible for while you serve, but it’s also something you need for your financial security. Life is going to happen. We can’t predict the future or stop things from happening but we can try to be prepared for them. Today we talk with Sean Scaturro from USAA to learn more about using life insurance to prepare for the future. And take care of our families.

Sean Scaturro is USAA’s director of life and health insurance advice. He’s a Certified Financial PlannerTM and holds his Life and Health, Property and Casualty, FINRA Series 6, 7, and 66 securities licenses. Talking about insurance on your life can be a touchy and often dreaded subject but Sean does an amazing job of making the discussion easy and approachable.

Here’s a breakdown of this show’s subjects:

  • How USAA helps with life insurance
  • USAA’s Military Future Insurability rider
  • Insurability related to cancer and PTSD
  • Dual Service members and insurance needs
  • Family Servicemembers Group Life Insurance (FSGLI)
  • Guardianship for minor children

Game Time

This week’s Game Time is USAA Trivia!

What’s On Lacey’s Mind

Back for an encore are Lacey’s siblings, Jaime Kelbaugh and Brian Flanigan to talk about our own insurance and USAA’s Live Your Dream Sweepstakes.

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