Category Archives: Veterans Benefits

Veterans Affairs Looking for Many Thousands of New Hires

The past year has been a tough one for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, as well as for the people it serves. The organization was rocked by scandal after the revelation that many veterans languished in poor health on … Continue reading

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New Hope for Veterans Discharged Because of PTSD

Previous generations didn’t understand post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as well as we do today. Unfortunately, that led to many Vietnam-era veterans receiving an other-than-honorable discharge. And for decades, thousands of those people have been denied essential veterans benefits. #89740671 / … Continue reading

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Aid and Attendance – NBC News Story

I just came across this NBC news story on the Department of Veterans Affairs Aid and Attendance benefit. The report again stresses that this monthly benefit can make an enormous difference in helping Veterans, their spouses, or widows, pay for … Continue reading

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What Is “Aid and Attendance” and How To Qualify

“Aid and Attendance” is a special pension benefit available to Veterans and their spouses to help pay for the cost of medical care. If the Veteran qualifies, they are entitled to receive a monthly check from the Department of Veteran’s Affairs. … Continue reading

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