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Medication and Co-Pays

Medication and Co-Pays

Getting Medications from VA Pharmacies and Your Co-Pay Filling Your Prescription The VA medical care staff and VA providers work together to provide you with your medications.  Your VA physician prescribes your medications from an approved list called a formulary. Once your VA physician writes a prescription, you can get …

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Education

education

The GI Bill is a fantastic military benefit that helps all military personnel attend college and go on to have exciting, successful careers. Depending on how long you enlist with the Military and the job you choose, you can get up to $81,756 to help pay for college. All you have to do is …

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VA Home Loan Program, Step by Step

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It is fairly easy to finance a home under the VA Home Loan Program. Here’s How: Obtain counseling. This isn’t required under the VA Home Loan Program, but it’s certainly a good idea — especially for the first-time home buyer. Prepurchase counseling gives you information on The process of buying …

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Service Requirements for VA Home Loan

Service Requirements for VA Home Loan

Almost all veterans are eligible for a home loan. (However, you cannot hold a discharge that the VA considers dishonorable). The categories for eligibility include: Wartime service: Veterans who served at least 90 days on active duty during the periods listed here are eligible. For these periods, the active-duty time …

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Financing Your Dream Home

Financing Your Dream Home

Since 1944, the VA Home Loan Program has guaranteed more than 18 million loans to veterans to construct or purchase a home, or refinance another home loan. Eligible veterans can finance up to $417,000, (or $729,000 in high cost areas), without a down payment. It’s Not a Loan, but Guaranteed …

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Claims Submission

Submitting Your VA Claim

Submitting Your VA Claim Because each benefit required different documentation veterans need to provide as well as different forms they must fill out, this book details each benefit and what forms are needed, where to get them, types of supporting documentation required, and submission location to complete the claim. It’s …

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VA Home Loan Refinancing

VA Home Loan Refinancing

Know Your VA Loan Benefits and Refinancing Options Quite often, military men and women must relocate their families because of deployment orders, and for this reason, it can be a trying task for some families to build a strong financial profile. The Department of Veterans Affairs recognized this and decided …

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Learn More

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The Veterans Advocate Foundation was founded in 2012 to provide support and assistance to personnel serving in the U.S. Military. There are two major aspects to the Foundation’s mission: 1. If you are serving in the U.S. military community, and you lose your life in an operational mission or training …

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GI Bill

GI Bill

The GI Bill is arguably the greatest benefit of serving in the Armed Forces. The GI Bill includes several VA administered education programs including the Post-9/11 GI Bill, The Montgomery GI Bill, MGIB-SR, REAP, VEAP, and vocational rehabilitation. These programs provide a benefit that can enhance your life, career, and …

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