The Government's Best Kept Secret
War-time Veterans over the age of 65 may qualify for an additional pension from the Veterans Administration to help pay for the costs of home care, assisted living expenses and nursing home care. It's the government's "Best Kept Secret!" It's called "The Special Monthly Pension with Aid and Attendance".
Why should I investigate in this?
- Currently, 23 million Vets in the U.S. could qualify for this benefit but approximately only 163,000 Vets are currently receiving this pension.
- Success is all in the paperwork. The paperwork might feel pretty extensive pertaining to the Vet's application thru completion. If done right, the application could be approved quickly.
- Most Vets who have financial resources will be in one of 2 situations: Pre-planning for The Aid & Attendance Pension application or Crisis Planning when the needs for the benefit are immediate due to home care, medications, assisted living expenses or nursing home expenses.
Qualifying For Veteran Benefits
To financially qualify for The Aid & Attendance Pension, the Vet may need
to re-structure or re-title personal assets first, and then complete an application to show monthly, non-reimbursed, recurring health care expenses pertaining to their own care or the care of their spouse. There are special forms to fill out and we can advise you on how to correctly complete them.
Our goal is to empower our clients with necessary information needed to qualify for the support that they deserve.
WILMA G. ANDERSON, RFC
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