Bill introduced in House of Representatives to help veterans exposed to burn pits
Reps. Elizabeth Esty, Ryan Costello and Betty McCollum introduced the Helping Veterans Exposed to Burn Pits Act, which seeks to create a VA center focused on the “diagnosis, mitigation, treatment, and
County Hopes Veterans Will Seek Its Help With Federal Claims
If you’re a veteran and you need to apply for federal benefits, in theory you can fill out the paperwork by yourself. In reality, it might not be so simple.
Lejeune vet claims to be approved faster for 8 illnesses
The Marine Corps has begun outreach to hundreds of thousands of veterans who served at Camp Lejeune, N.C., at least 30 days from August 1953 to December 1987,
VA urges 'hiring surge' to reduce veterans' appeals backlog
The Department of VA is warning of a rapidly growing backlog for veterans who seek to appeal decisions involving disability benefits, saying it will .
TN veterans file formal complaints after VA cuts back on opioids
In the months since Mountain Home VA Hospital started weaning veterans off opioids, many of those patients filed formal complaints,
Investigator: NC military members stole $27.7 million in Afghan rebuilding effort
When the U.S. government spends $117 billion to rebuild a war-torn country, some of it is bound to get stolen or misspent.
Veterans to miss out on Trumpcare tax credits, for now
A U.S. Senate rule has forced the lower chamber of the federal government to remove a
Brady Assures House Obamacare Repeal Bill Won’t Limit Veteran Access To Care
House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady disputed allegations Thursday that millions of veterans could lose access to tax credits
Taxes From A To Z (2017): G Is For GI Bill
For federal income tax purposes, payments you receive for education, training, or subsistence under any law administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) are tax-free.