The Manchester Living Podcast’s Brian Levy recently hosted Jeff Kort, a Dallas-area financial advisor, and myself, Steve Holman, to discuss the ins and outs of elder law. You can watch the video right here, or look below for 5 important takeaways from our conversation.
The short answer is yes, Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) benefits can pay for at-home senior care. In this article, you will learn how to pay for long-term care at home using the VA Aid and Attendance program. First, why might a Veteran choose home health care? A new trend in senior care: Aging in
Veteran’s Affairs (VA) benefits can help if your loved one needs long-term care. Depending on their specific needs, VA benefits may include disability compensation, VA pension, or long-term care assistance. The amount of the benefit can vary. It depends on what you can demonstrate as your needs, costs, and resources. It’s a good idea to
Veterans are an important class of our population and as such, it is important to know about the various benefits available to them. Many of the benefits are based on the type of service by the veteran, the health of the veteran, or a combination of these factors. The next several paragraphs will outline benefits
The Veterans Administration has announced changes to the eligibility requirements for Veterans to receive Aid and Attendance benefits. The two most significant changes the VA has added is a gifting penalty and a 36-month look-back period for gifts an uncompensated transfers. These changes go in effect October 18, 2016 Overview of VA Aid and Attendance