If you’re a member of the U.S. Armed Services who fought in the Korean War, Vietnam War, the Gulf War, you may be somewhat familiar with a special benefits program called Aid and Attendance. The benefits from this program may be able to help you (or someone you love) pay for healthcare assistance and critical essentials to make life easier, such as medical aides, roofers who can fix your leaky roof, and nutritious food and groceries.
Unfortunately, the Aid and Attendance (A&A) program’s rules can be fearsomely complicated and confusing. For instance, if you make more than a certain amount a year — or if you have too many assets — you might not qualify.
So what can you do to maximize your chances of qualifying for Aid and Attendance and to stay in control of your health, finances and future?
This book aims to answer that big question.Español