VA Adds 15 New Provisions to the Forever GI Bill Contributed by Debbie Gregory Earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) implemented 15 more provisions of the Forever GI Bill that will impact veterans and their families who are using the benefits. “From the day the Forever GI Bill was signed […]
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GI Benefits and YOU Contributed by Kris Baydalla-Galasso It is “back to school” season across the country. Our college campuses are getting ready to welcome a new crop of freshmen students with open arms – and some are getting ready to welcome our military veterans into the ranks of their student body. Unavoidably, the […]
Limiting GI Bill Transfer Plan – Is It Fair? By Debbie Gregory. The Defense Department’s new rules on transferring GI Bill benefits to dependents have House members demanding a reversal to the plan, with 83 lawmakers calling the new policy “unacceptable.” Last month, the Pentagon said it was curbing the window in which service […]
By Debbie Gregory. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is often praised for the education benefits given to those who have served. But just as important, the VA strives to help servicemembers, veterans, and eligible surviving spouses obtain veteran home loans so that they may become homeowners. An Interest Rate Reduction Refinancing Loan (IRRRL), often […]
By Debbie Gregory. Military veteran benefits such as the Montgomery GI Bill, the Post-9/11 GI Bill, and now the Forever GI Bill, have enabled education for veterans by paying for expenses such as tuition, textbooks, and housing. With those obstacles out of the way, there are still some challenges for veterans that are transitioning from […]
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