Veterans often believe they don't qualify because they have been told by an untrained representative or misinformed person that their current income or their assets are too high to be approved for VA benefits. Often, this isn’t true. This is why it is important to work with an advisor, who understands the proper income/asset ratio in order to qualify for this veteran’s benefit.
What is the 2022 Veterans Pension w/ Aid and Attendance benefit program?
Veterans Pension with Aid and Attendance
helps veterans, their spouses, and surviving spouse who no longer can live independently. It is for those who need help with bathing, dressing, transferring, eating, and toileting. For in-home care, assisted living home, or community.
The 2022 benefits are up to $2,431 per month for a Married Veteran, $2,050 per month for a Single Veteran, and for Surviving Spouse up to $1,317 per month.
For a veteran where their spouse needs care but the veteran is not healthy enough to be the caregiver, the benefit is $1,609 per month.