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Did You Know Eligible Veterans Qualify for Help Paying for Long-Term Care?

There’s an extremely important, but poorly publicized, VA program we wanted to share with you today.

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Veterans’ Aid and Attendance Pension Benefits Have Increased for 2018

This year, veterans will receive the highest cost of living increase since 2012! Veteran beneficiaries will see a 2% increase. This will impact approximately 1.96 million military retirees and 4 million disabled veterans.

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Free Wills for Veterans and Local Heroes, Nov 9th

If you are a local hero, we would love to honor your service and sacrifice on Veterans Day, November 9th, by helping you complete a simple will at no charge to you.

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QUESTION: Does the VA cover nursing home care?

To be eligible for nursing home care in Sacramento, you must be enrolled in the VA health care system or be eligible for VA health care without the need to enroll.

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Today’s Q&A on is about countable income for VA Aid & Attendance Benefits

I was featured as an expert on this week. Below is my answer to a reader-submitted question. Enjoy!

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Ask Heather - My elderly parents may qualify for the A&A pension benefit.

"My elderly parents may qualify for the A&A pension benefit. Who do you recommend we contact to help us with the application process and to navigate the Veterans Administration?"

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