Free eBook - Complete Aid & Attendance Overview
The VA benefit Aid and Attendance was established by the U.S. Congress in 1952.
Aid and Attendance is an amount awarded in addition to the basic pension. This benefit takes into account a person's non-reimbursed (out-of-pocket) medical expenses. These medical expenses are subtracted from a person's gross income to determine eligibility.
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* The benefit is generally paid to the Veteran or surviving spouse, not the care provider
* The pension benefit can be substantial - as much as $2,170 per month, tax free.
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