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VA Benefits for War Era Veterans

War era veterans who did not receive a dishonorable discharge may be eligible for a VA pension if they meet additional age, income, and asset requirements.

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July 4th – Celebrating America’s Fight for Independence

The 4th of July is a celebration of the birth of American independence when, on July 4, 1776, delegates from the 13 colonies adopted the Declaration of Independence.

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Veterans’ Widows Benefits for Assisted Living

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Veterans’ widows may be eligible for VA benefits that can help pay for assisted living. The benefit is called Aid and Attendance. It is a reimbursement for long-term care. The maximum benefit amount for a qualified veteran’s widow is $1,228 per month, tax-free.

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Veterans Aid and Assistance Program

Vetererans Aid and Assistance Program

Senior U.S. military veterans, their spouses, and surviving spouses, will often need help with personal care as they grow older. The Veterans Aid and Attendance Program can help cover the cost of the additional care, including home care, board and care, adult day care, assisted living and skilled nursing facility care.

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VA Financial Assistance for Home Care

VA Financial Assistance for Home Care

Many aging veterans will want to remain at home as long as possible, even when their care needs increase. Aid and Attendance is a special VA benefit that can help veterans and spouses offset the cost of long-term care they need to continue living independently. Benefit amounts range from $1,228 per month for surviving spouses, up to $2,266 per month for a married veteran (or $3,032 if the veteran is married to another veteran). This is a tax-free reimbursement benefit that does not need to be paid back.

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