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Many veterans and their families are completely unaware that they are eligible for financial assistance. The Veteran’s Aid and Attendance Improved Pension Benefit is a little known program that can provide qualified veterans or their surviving spouse tax-free income to help offset their medical expenses.

Married Veteran's

can receive monthly payments of up to...

2,296.00
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Single Veteran

can receive monthly payments of up to...

1,936.00
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Veteran Survivors

can receive monthly payments of up to...

1,244.00
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The Veteran’s Administration does not advertise this benefit. Consequently, most veterans do not learn of this financial assistance. Those that do learn of the pension very often gain this knowledge through pure luck, word of mouth, or intensive and persistent research. If a veteran is fortunate enough to learn of this benefit, misinformation is rampant.

The applications process is laborious and best left to a profession. You can apply yourself; however, the Veteran’s Administration is an inherently complex bureaucracy. The application process is neither self-evident or simple. A professional can help you navigate the system. A professional may charge you for their services. However, if you attempt to complete the application yourself and fail, denial of the benefit will cost you much more.

Misunderstood Statements About Veteran Benefits

  • A Veteran must have suffered an injury, been wounded, or died during service. FALSE
  • A Veteran must have been in battle. FALSE
  • A Veteran must have served during the entire war. FALSE
  • A Veteran or the Widow of a Veteran must be out of money. FALSE
  • A Veteran must be living in a nursing home or assisted living facility. FALSE
  • A Veteran can’t be receiving a military pension. FALSE
  • If a Veteran is receiving partial VA disability they can’t receive this benefit. FALSE
  • Call for a No Obligation Assessment Today! (772) 232-6177

We recognize the last thing a family caregiver has time for more paperwork. Aging Warrior Advocates assist the families and caregivers of the qualified veteran in navigating the often complicated, and frustrating application process odor the Department of Veteran’s Affairs Pension—Aid & Attendance. Additionally maintaining the benefits on an annual basis is equally important. These unique services are provided through Aging Warrior Advocates.

The applications process is laborious and best left to a profession. You can apply yourself; however, the Veteran’s Administration is an inherently complex bureaucracy. The application process is neither self-evident or simple. A professional can help you navigate the system. A professional may charge you for their services. However, if you attempt to complete the application yourself and fail, denial of the benefit will cost you much more.

“I’ve been told that I don’t qualify.”

We hear this several times a week. After a review of their situation, many of our clients went on to be awarded benefits.

Here is How to Get Started

  • Original or certified copies of the veteran’s discharge papers, also referred to as a DD-214
  • Marriage information
  • A list of all income, including Social Security, pensions, Interest, or dividends
  • A list of assets and their sources
  • A surviving spouse also needs the veteran’s death certificate with cause of death

* For a documentation checklist, please call (772) 232-6177.