CHAPTER 11: Veterans Benefits

March 2012
Social Security, Medicare & Government Pensions (9781413316858);Mar2012, p209
The article discusses the veterans benefits programs of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). It explains the compensation system for veterans who have acquired service-related disabilities. It explores the pension benefits provided for financially struggling disabled veterans in the country. It also discusses the survivors benefits program of VA.


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