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Veterans Aid and Attendance Kit By Jim "Zig" Zeigler
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New Kit has all resources for a Veteran or survivor to win an extra, life-long Aid and Attendance pension. This Kit tells you what the VA doesn't: •How to restructure your assets or income to... More > become eligible. •How to lock in your eligibility by the first day of NEXT MONTH. •How to apply now for 12 months of back benefits. •How to represent yourself without an attorney. •When it may be wiser to retain and pay an Accredited Veterans Attorney. All legal strategies and forms to restructure countable assets and income to meet VA limits. Details at www.VeteransAidAndAttendanceKit.com Receive TAX-FREE monthly checks for life for up to: ● $1,645 a month as an unmarried Veteran. ● $1,950 a month as a married Veteran. ● $1,057 a month as survivor of a deceased Veteran. ● $2,582 a month as two Veterans married to each other. New: Over 30 types of Americans who qualify for A&A in addition to active duty Veterans< Less
Veterans Aid and Attendance Kit By Jim "Zig" Zeigler
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New Kit has all resources for a Veteran or survivor to win an extra, life-long Aid and Attendance pension. This Kit tells you what the VA doesn't: •How to restructure your assets or income to... More > become eligible. •How to lock in your eligibility by the first day of NEXT MONTH. •How to apply now for 12 months of back benefits. •How to represent yourself without an attorney. •When it may be wiser to retain and pay an Accredited Veterans Attorney. All legal strategies and forms to restructure countable assets and income to meet VA limits. Details at www.VeteransAidAndAttendanceKit.com Receive TAX-FREE monthly checks for life for up to: ● $1,645 a month as an unmarried Veteran. ● $1,950 a month as a married Veteran. ● $1,057 a month as survivor of a deceased Veteran. ● $2,582 a month as two Veterans married to each other. New: Over 30 types of Americans who qualify for A&A in addition to active duty Veterans< Less
Veterans Administration: ABroken System By Stephen Reed,BS.Rel,MS.Theo,MSW,Paralegal/Legal Assistant
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The new agency was responsible for medical services for war veterans; disability compensation and allowances for World War I veterans; life insurance; bonus certificates; retirement payments for... More > emergency officers; Army and Navy pensions; and retirement payments for civilian employees. During the next decade, from 1931 to 1941, VA hospitals would increase from 64 to 91, and the number of beds would rise from 33,669 to 61,849. In March 1933, President Roosevelt persuaded Congress to pass the Economy Act. A response to the Great Depression, the measure included a repeal of all previous laws granting benefits for veterans of the Spanish-American War and all subsequent conflicts and periods of peacetime service. It also gave the President authority to issue new veterans benefits.< Less
How is the financial industry dealing with the pensions timebomb? By Alex Clifford
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“An excellent summary of the issues involved” David Collinson - Head of Business Development and Liability Acquisition, Pension Corporation “A great read! ... Fantastic content ...... More > coupled with a solid understanding of the private pension sector” Andy Caddick - Head of European Operations, IFA International Following the American Civil War, a pension scheme was established for its veterans. Poor planning and a rise in life expectancy however, meant the pensions were paid out for nearly 140 years and cost more than the war itself. Now, as the population is living longer than ever before - what are the consequences to companies and the financial industry? This book explores the causes of the pensions timebomb and the risks it could pose. It examines how the pension timebomb is being defused by specialist companies which hedge pension risks, and how this industry is destined to grow over the coming years.< Less
How to file a VA Disability Claim By Gulf War Veteran
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A collection of all of the need to know information about filing for a Veteran, VA disability claim. Veterans who have served in the Armed Forces may be entitled to disability compensation for... More > injuries or illnesses that occurred during duty to their country. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs manages all disability claims that occur after the member has been discharged or retired from their branch of service. In order to file a disability claim, certain steps will need to be followed. CFR Title 38 Part 4, the bible of VA disability claims.< Less
The Veterans Administration: A Broken System(Revised) By Stephen ReedBS .Rel, MS. Theo, MS. Social Work
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President Hoover, in his 1929 State of the Union message, proposed consolidating agencies administering veteran’s benefits. The following year Congress created the Veterans Administration by... More > uniting three bureaus — the previously independent Veterans’ Bureau, the Bureau of Pensions and the National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers. President Hoover signed the executive order establishing the VA on July 21, 1930. Hines, who had served since 1923 as director of the Veterans’ Bureau, was named the first administrator of the agency< Less
Broken By Nicholas Powers
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BROKEN … Is a true life story about a Disabled Veteran's struggle with domestic abuse. More than 835 000 men suffer in silence each year at the hand of their female abuser. ... More > Little resources are available in larger cities let alone rural areas. Domestic abuse is a crime no matter the sex of the offender! *Men's Advocacy Groups *Case Law on VA Disability Pensions< Less