Veterans Benefits

About Veterans Benefits

Wartime Qualification

“The veteran must have served 90 days active duty, with at least one day during a wartime.”

Honorable Discharge

“The veteran must have received a military discharge other than dishonorable.”

Tax Free Benefits

“The funds are tax-free, and is paid by the Department of Treasury.”

VA Aid & Attendance Benefit

The VA Aid & Attendance benefit is an excellent source for qualified veterans (or their spouses) to receive financial assistance for high medical cost. Most veterans have no idea this benefit is available to them. The benefit will probably not cover 100% of skilled nursing expenses, however the $2,169 monthly benefit might help cover the expenses for those residing in an assisted living facility or for those receiving in-home care. Elder Life Group and its team of Elder Life Advisors work with a team of Elder Law attorney’s around the country that are VA accredited and we provide a free analysis based on an interpretation of common law, trust law, asset protection and Medicaid laws. We analyze the risk of you losing your assets to a lawsuit, nursing home or other unforeseen liability.


Mexican Boarder

May 9, 1916- April 5, 1917

World War I

April 6, 1917- November 11, 1918
April 6, 1917- April 1,1920
(for those who served in Russia during that period)

World War II

December 7,1941- December 31, 1955

Korean Conflict

June 27, 1950 – January 31, 1955

Vietnam War

August 5, 1964- May 7, 1975
February 28, 1961-May 7, 1975
(for those who served in Vietnam during that period otherwise August 5th, 1964 through May 7, 1975)

The Gulf War

August 2,1990- through a future date to be set by law or Presidential Proclamation

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