Kiplinger’s recently published an article on benefits that many veterans and their families are eligible for, but may not be aware of. In addition to the Aid and Attendance pension which we have previously written about, other potential benefits include: Life insurance. Hearing aids. Spouse and dependent benefits (DIC). Health insurance. Directed care benefits for […]
Many of you will remember that on January 23, 2015, the Department of Veterans Affairs (“VA”) published some proposed rule changes. If adopted, these proposed rules would significantly affect the ability of veterans and their spouses to qualify for the VA pension benefit.
Veterans and their spouses may be eligible for the Aid and Attendance Benefit to help pay for long term care. This benefit can be a tremendous help for those struggling with the high costs of long term care. For 2015, the pension program will provide a maximum of $1,788 per month to a single veteran, […]