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|Michael D. Neppl, LUTCF Serving North Dakota & Northen Minnesota
It's astounding that roughly 1/3 of all seniors can qualify for up to $2,120 a month in additional income through Pension under the right conditions. Pension is also known as the "aid and attendance benefit." Yet government statistics show only 5% of potentially eligible veterans are actually receiving the Pension benefit.
This benefit can help you pay anyone including your child for home care. It can also be used to help you pay for professional care in the home, for assisted living, or for nursing home. Imagine having an extra $2,120 a month that you didn't even know existed.
What is the Veterans Aid & Attendance pension benefit?
|Who is eligible for the Veterans Aid & Attendance pension benefit?
|The special case of Long Term Medical Costs.
|Using aid & attendance to pay any person for care at home.
|Using aid & attendance for professional home care.
|Using aid & attendance for to pay for assisted living.
|Using aid & attendance for to pay for a nursing home.
|The application process for aid and attendance Pension.
|Using an aid & attendance benefits consultant.
|When the family can submit a claim without help.
|When the family should use a benefits consultant.
|Disability Compensation & SMC
|Dependency and Indemnity (DIC)
|Burial and Memorial Benefits
|State Veterans Homes
|The Best Health Care System
|VA Health Administration
|Enrolling in Veterans Health Care
|National Care Planning Council
|Veterans A & A Benefit