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The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced veterans who did not receive their coronavirus pandemic stimulus check have a second chance to claim their relief payments. The IRS announced on August 14, 2020 it would reopen the registration period for federal beneficiaries who did not...

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 Has your VA disability worsened? Should you file for an increase?  Many veterans face these questions after fighting with the U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs (VA fo)r years to obtain benefits. Hopefully this post adds some clarity to the matter.

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With a lot of fanfare and happy stakeholders looking on, President Trump signed a Presidential Memorandum at the recent AMVETS[1] conference in Kentucky that aims to expedite the process for 100 percent disabled veterans or those veterans who have been identified as totally disabled based on...

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Hearing loss and blindness are disabilities that many Veterans suffer from and for which they deserve compensation through benefits.  A large number of veterans experience hearing loss and tinnitus or ringing in the ears. Other veterans experience vision loss or other eye-related problems. For...

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When a U.S. servicemember leaves the armed forces, he or she is presented with a form called a DD-214, Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty. The DD-214 is colloquially referred to as a veteran’s “discharge” or “discharge papers.” There are several types of discharge, generally...

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On August 7th, the Congressional Budget Office (“CBO”) released its report of proposed policy changes that would modify the Veterans Affairs’ (“VA”) disability compensation program. The VA, through the Veterans Benefits Administration (“VBA”), compensates U.S. veterans for medical conditions or...

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