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Veteran Benefits

Veterans Benefits

Veterans Benefits

Question: I heard that there has been a change in Veteran’s Benefits recently, is this true? Answer: Yes, that is correct.  Specifically, the Pension system, most often referred to as “Aid and Attendance” has been revamped.  New asset and income levels have been created and for the first time with this type of benefit a three year look back now applies.  In order to be eligible for the pension program the veteran must have served during specific wartime periods more »

VA Planning

VA Planning

Most veterans are not aware of the benefits they are entitled to under the Veterans Administration.  For example, there is a benefit referred to as the improved Pension through the Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA), more commonly referred to as Aid and Attendance Pension.  Assuming you meet the eligibility requirements, the VA permits payments to care givers (including family members, but not spouses) for care provided to the veteran and/or the spouse.  This benefit is al more »

Veterans Benefits

Most veterans are not aware of the wide range of benefits they may be entitled to under the United States Department of Veterans Affairs even if they did not directly retire from the military or suffer injuries in the line of duty.  For example, there is a benefit referred to as the improved Pension through the Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA), more commonly referred to as Aid and Attendance Pension.  Assuming you meet the eligibility requirements, the VA permits payments t more »

Aid and Attendance Pension

Question: Does the Veterans Administration provide any benefits to receive assistance at home? Answer: There is a benefit referred to as the improved Pension through the Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA), more commonly referred to as Aid and Attendance Pension.  Assuming you meet the eligibility requirements, the VA permits payments to care givers (including family members, but not spouses) for care provided to the veteran and/or the spouse.  There are three main requirem more »

VA Benefits

Question: Does the Veterans Administration provide any benefits to receive assistance at home? Answer: There is a benefit referred to as the improved Pension through the Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA), more commonly referred to as Aid and Attendance Pension.  Assuming you meet the eligibility requirements, the VA permits payments to care givers (including family members, but not spouses) for care provided to the veteran and/or the spouse.  There are three main requirem more »

VA Benefits

Question: My father is a World World II Veteran. He is 89 years old and lives alone. Unfortunately, his health is declining and he needs some assistance with his activities of daily living. What benefits might be available to him? What estate planning would he need to complete in order to be eligible for these benefits? Answer: The first benefit your father may be eligible to receive is the VA pension. In order to receive this monthly stipend, your father must have at least 90 days of active more »

Veteran Benefits Programs

Are you or a loved one missing out on unclaimed Veteran benefits? Many Long Islanders have a family member who has proudly served in our military.  Many of these Veterans are unaware of the benefits that may be available to them.  Often times, family members and friends are the ones to convince Veterans to pursue benefits for themselves and their dependents.  While many seniors seek assistance in maneuvering the complex world of government benefits and entitlements, most are more »

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