Veterans Affairs Asking Veterans to Return Benefit ‘Overpayments’


The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is sending thousands of overpayment notices telling veterans to pay back their benefits.

When Navy veteran Isaac Daniel retired after 22 1/2 years of service, he qualified for disability benefits due to knee issues and near fatal intestinal problems. He started receiving monthly disability payments of $1,100 in 2006. That’s in addition to his retirement check of $12,000 per month.

With a wife and five children all under the age of 19, Daniel relied on both checks.
Veterans Affairs Asking Veterans to Return Benefit ‘Overpayments

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