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Veterans Benefits may be the most misunderstood and under utilized resources available to Seniors today. Most people are aware that Benefits are available through the Veterans Administration for the brave men and women who served in our armed forces. Yet, too few veterans (and their spouses) realize that they could be eligible to receive large monthly checks even if they did not directly retire from the military or get injured in the line of duty.
Perhaps, the problem lies in the name of the program: Veterans Pension. Most people hear the word "pension" and think of a long work career that ends in retirement. Yet, wrapped within the VA Pension system is the Aid and Attendance Benefit.
A veteran or a widowed spouse of a veteran who is eligible for the Pension and Aid and Attendance program could receive the following monetary benefits:
2019 Maximum Pension Rates for Aid and Attendance
What Are the Eligibility Requirements?
Once Awarded Aid and Attendance, a Veteran may obtain free medications, medial equipment, incontinence supplies, glasses, and hearing aids from the VA. The Veteran can also often get these health care supplies by U.S. Mail, and does not have drive to a VA hospital or clinic.
$2,230.00 Per Month
Veteran Married to Veteran
$2,984.00 Per Month
$1,881 Per Month
$1,209 Per Month
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