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Veterans Should Be Able to Choose How They Use the Benefits They’ve Earned

We had the honor of meeting Mike and his daughter Gabby. Mike is a Navy Veteran and earned his G.I. Bill benefits over 24 years and transferred his benefits to his two daughters. Gabby talked to us about the sacrifices she made at home while her Dad was deployed serving our Nation. VEP and EANGUS believe that those who have earned their benefits have also earned the right to decide how to use them.

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Veterans Benefits you may not know about!

Veteran benefits you may not know about! I discuss the veteran benefits in this video that may assist you in your home, traveling to VA appointments, medical supplies covered and more. Please visit for a more detailed explanation of the Aide & Attendance benefit. Thank you so much for watching!

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Veterans Benefits for Surviving Dependents: An Overview

Veterans Benefits for Surviving Dependents: An Overview

The survivors of veterans can often receive benefits from VA. Veterans disability attorney Travis Studdard discusses when spouses, children, and other survivors of veterans can qualify for benefits in this video.
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5 veteran benefits to know about

There are many benefits available to veterans when they get out and even some while they are still in the military. In this video im talking about 5 of those benefits to give you an understanding of some of the veteran benefits that are out there.

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Attention Widows of Vietnam Veterans: Don’t Miss These Benefits

Attention Widows of Vietnam Veterans: Don’t Miss These Benefits

Veterans qualify for VA benefits with presumptions, and over the years the list of presumptive diseases for Vietnam veterans is constantly increasing. Travis Studdard reveals how widows of Vietnam vets can receive survivor benefits even if the veteran wasn’t awarded before passing away.

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The History of Veterans’ Benefits Dates to the Revolutionary War – Right on the Money – Part 1 of 5

The History of Veterans’ Benefits Dates to the Revolutionary War – Right on the Money –  Part 1 of 5

Synopsis: The United States government began to seriously consolidate services to veterans in 1930. The GI Bill of Rights passed in 1944 had more effect on the American way of life than any other legislation, with the possible exception of the Homestead Act. Watch the interview with elder law attorney, veterans’ benefit specialist and former president of U.S. senior vets, Richard Schulze, MBA.

Content: In 1952, the United States Congress passed legislation authorizing benefits for Veterans, and under Title 38 of the United States Code, created the Department of Veterans Affairs as we know it today. The Aid & Attendance benefit increases annually based on the Cost of Living Adjustment Index. Benefit increases were 4.1 percent in 2006, 3 percent in 2007, approximately 4.2 percent in 2008, a little over 4 percent in 2009, no COLA for 2010 and 2011, 1.7 percent for 2013, 1.5 percent for 2014 and 1.5 percent for 2015, with no COLA in 2016.

As of 1988, the VA is a cabinet-level position in the government. The VA operates through state-based regional offices. This is where applications for benefits are reviewed and sent for national office review and adjudication. However, the actual VA “intake” mechanism is not a function of the VA itself. Since the 1950s, the VA has used a network of what has now grown to more than 110 agencies that provide Veterans Service Officers or “VSOs”. VSOs are accredited by the VA, but are not employees of the VA. The VA does not operate any local offices.

In 2004, the Government Accounting Office (GAO: the investigative arm of Congress) conducted an investigation of the VA and its efficiency. This was essentially a secret, internal report. However, in 2005 the Knight-Ridder News Agency (at that time the largest news organization in the United States) learned of the study and sued under the Freedom of Information Act to obtain a copy. This information led to a series of news articles published in newspapers across the country in early 2005 by Knight-Ridder.

The conclusions of the GAO report were startling. The findings of the report indicated that information provided through the VSO network and the VAs 800 number system was “totally, minimally, partially or mostly incorrect” a staggering 80 percent of the time. This meant a potential applicant could expect to receive incorrect information regarding benefit eligibility 8 out of 10 times. CONSEQUENTLY, THE VSO/VA NETWORK TELLS MANY DULLY QUALIFIED APPLICANTS THEY ARE NOT QUALIFIED TO RECEIVE BENEFITS, WHEN THE OPPOSITE IS TRUE.
The study also found only 19 percent of the answers provided were “completely correct.” A common theme with inquiries was “rude, dismissive, unprofessional and unhelpful” behavior on the part of those providing information.

Unfortunately, the VA has no real means to be proactive. VSOs generally maintain office hours and you see them: by appointment. They typically have no way to get out into the community and educate potential applicants on the benefits they are due. This is why relatively few people know the Aid & Attendance benefit exists and how it can help purchase care. Even the VA’s own website ( contains information that is not entirely true and is misleading. It’s this confusion that causes most of the chaos.

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Syndicated financial columnist Steve Savant interviews eldercare attorney, veteran benefit specialist Richard Schulze, MBA. Right on the Money Show is an hour long financial talk distributed to 280 media outlets, social media networks and financial industry portals. (

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VA benefits: HOW TO APPLY (tips and tricks)

VA benefits: HOW TO APPLY (tips and tricks)

VA benefits: HOW TO APPLY (tips and tricks)
Some tips and tricks on how to apply for VA disability compensation.