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NBC Nightly News Special Report

Millions of dollars of veterans’ benefits are going unclaimed because they don’t know it exists. The Veterans’ Aid and Attendance is a program some call the VA’s best kept secret. This government benefit can truly be a financial lifeline, but accessing it can be very challenging. Those who apply for Veterans’ Aid and Attendance should expect to run the gauntlet of red tape. You will need professional help!

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1,000 of Veteran’s and Spouses Have Unclaimed Benefits… Waiting

Commonly lost and forgotten benefits due veterans include disability payments, burial allowances and life insurance. Former members of the armed forces and their heirs may also be entitled to Adjusted Service Bonds (ASB) which were issued in registered form to World War I veterans, and Armed Forces Leave Bonds (AFLB), issued in registered form to World War II veterans as compensation for accumulated but unused leave.

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Why Doesn’t the VA Inform Vets?

While veterans may not realize they are qualified, the VA is NOT required to tell veterans, dependents or widows that they qualify for benefits. As strange as this may seem, the VA is under no obligation to inform anyone of benefits. This is also true for veterans who are already enrolled in the VA system. Millions of veterans in the VA system are only receiving some of their benefits.

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Veterans Day 2014

Strong Retirement Income Solutions honors the bravery, sacrifice and Courage of America’s Veterans Thank you for serving our country and protecting our freedoms. In observance of Veterans Day, Strong Retirement Income Solutions office will be closed Tuesday, 11/11.

2014 New Maximum Benefits for the Veterans Aid and Attendance Pension

Maximum Monthly Benefit for Veteran: $1,758 Maximum Monthly Benefit for Veteran and Spouse: $2,085 Maximum Monthly Benefit for Surviving Spouse: $1,130  To see if you Qualify Please click the following link to fill out or Pre-Qualification Form! http://veteranaidandattendancepension.com/pre-qualifications/

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