In response to a new Army policy, enlisted soldiers with at least 20 years of service who have been separated from active duty due to misconduct may have reason to breathe easier.
Despite the generous education benefits afforded to U.S. servicemembers, it may be surprising to know that many are still in quite a bit of debt in order to pay for their higher education.
A Marine Corps veteran in Jacksonville, Fla., is working hard to improve the housing situation for Marines and their families as well as provide potential investment opportunities.
By converting to direct deposit from pre-paid debit cards in 2019, more than 100,000 veterans have significantly reduced the amount of fraud to their military benefits.
Tennessee officials joined forces with the Federal Trade Commission as part of their efforts to stop veteran charity scams.
It can be challenging to save money on teenage auto insurance, just as teaching a teen how to drive. There is plenty of information available online that you can research and compare to find ways to get discounts for car insurance for your teen. You just have to explore the options.
The Department of Veterans Affairs recently announced a major overhaul of the insurance program that benefits veterans and current servicemembers.
As reported by ProPublica, three of former President Donald Trump’s associates are under investigation for allegedly trying to monetize veterans' medical records as Trump-appointed "advisors" at the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Tricare beneficiaries are facing an increase in pharmacy co-pays and enrollment fees in 2022 according to a recent report from the Federal Register.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is administering Pfizer-BioNTech's COVID-19 vaccine boosters under an Emergency Use Authorization. The Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine is boosted after the primary series at least six months after the original series.
This fall, a student veteran residential program house will open near the West Campus of the University of Cornell, providing a much-needed space for the school’s growing veteran population.
Military personnel face two big challenges: protecting their family's financial investments and planning for life after service. During their time in the military, servicemembers have life insurance, but the coverage may be inadequate.
Two recent, significant cost-of-living increases will mean rising benefits for veterans later this year and into next year.
The Defense Department announced a plan to implement many new strategies courtesy of an Independent Review Commission during the next 8 years to help curb sexual assault, including an independent organization to prosecute cases of sexual assault, harassment and other crimes without entering into a chain-of-command process.
The Veterans Affairs’ stipends for caregivers may be reduced or canceled altogether under case reviews to ensure long-term participants remain eligible for their benefits.
The Small Business Administration recently funded $500,000 for a program that will invest in veteran-owned businesses.
The Montgomery GI Bill and all other GI Bill programs require monthly verification of attendance every month. Students will not be paid if their attendance is not verified.
As President Joe Biden faces examination over clearing new COVID-19 rules, a case has spread via online media that veterans' health care could be affected by their vaccination status.
Authorities in Veterans Affairs believe the resurgence of COVID-19 cases won't cause critical challenges for veteran college students this fall, but it could come spring.
In the second week of September, the South Boston-based Ward Burton Wildlife Foundation hosted the 15th annual American Heroes Day event to thank 70 veterans, current working military personnel, and their families at the Cove.