Did you know?
- The Aid and Attendance Pension provides financial assistance to qualified veterans and their surviving spouses.
- This benefit can remove the worry of paying for living expenses and long-term care as you age.
- The pension does NOT depend on service-related injuries or disabilities.
- This benefit is tax-free and is paid by the VA directly to you every month for the rest of your life.
Who Can Qualify?
- Veteran or surviving spouse of a veteran.
- Served at least 90 days of active military duty.
- Received a better than dishonorable discharge.
- Over 65 years old, or 100% disabled.
- Needs assistance with daily living activities.
- Medical expenses high enough for eligibility.
- Countable assets below the allowed limit.
World War II : Dec. 7, 1941 – Dec. 31, 1946
Korean Conflict : June 27, 1950 – Jan. 31, 1955
Vietnam Era (Boots on the ground) : Feb. 28, 1961 – Aug. 4, 1964
Vietnam Era (US and Worldwide) : Aug. 5, 1964 – May 7, 1975
VA Accredited Planning Attorney
The VA turns down many applications for the pension because of issues such as:
- The veteran’s income or assets exceed the maximum allowed.
- The applicant filled out the forms incorrectly.
- The family is unaware of income, estate, and gift tax implications.
We have extensive experience in getting veterans and their surviving spouses accepted for the VA Pension.
Do not miss out on the pension you have earned!
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