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Policy Issues Are Pushed by Disabled Veterans and Advocates

A nationwide network of VA offices assists disabled veterans with understanding and accessing government benefits. Generally, VA disability compensation provides tax-free monthly payments to veterans who became injured or sick during military service or whose condition worsened due to their…

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The VA Benefits Guide for Aging Veterans

Approximately 18.2 million veterans live in the country, and 38 percent are over 65, according to the US Census Bureau. Additionally, the Census Bureau reports that more than 9 million veterans receive services from the Department of Veteran's Affairs (VA)…

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Learn About the Benefits Available to Veterans

There are two types of assistance the US government offers to veterans: veterans' benefits and veterans' compensation. Veterans’ benefits refer to programs and services to veterans and their families by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), such as health care,…

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Benefits and Long-Term Care Planning for Veterans

Are veterans able to use their Department of Veterans Affairs benefits to assist in covering the cost of long-term care? The answer is, as with most governmental things, complicated. A much-underused pension benefit known as Aid and Attendance can provide…

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