Veterans Pension Benefits
Veteran pension benefits are a source of money to pay for the care of an elderly vet. The veteran pension benefits help pay for long-term care, such as nursing homes and other housing, and healthcare needs for elderly vets. Pension benefits such as the VA's Aid and Attendance program financial help for veteran caregiving.
Articles About Veterans Pension Benefits
- Susan Collins: Aging America's Ally on the Hill
Senator Susan Collins is known for taking heroic action on behalf of America's 43 million older adults, and she was recently appointed Chairman of the Senate Special Committee on Aging.
- Beware of Pension Poachers
Pension poachers look for older adults who are eligible to receive a pension and convince them to restructure their assets in a way that could cause trouble when applying for Medicaid.
- VA Benefits for Veterans and Their Caregivers
U.S. veterans and their families are entitled to many government programs and benefits in exchange for their service to our country.
- Can a Former Spouse Still Receive Benefits After Divorcing a Veteran?
Members of the military and their families are entitled to many different medical and monetary benefits in exchange for their service, but divorce can have a serious impact on a former spouse’s eligibility for these programs.