Veteran’s Aid and Attendance Benefits Planning
The Aid & Attendance Benefit is a benefit available to many Veterans and their surviving spouses to help pay for long-term care. For those who qualify this benefit usually means $1,000 to $2,000 tax-free cash per month (paid directly to the Veteran, surviving spouse, or their representative). There’s more information you can learn about this benefit but the number one thing most visitors to this site want to know is:
Do I (or my loved one) qualify for Aid & Attendance?
There are some basic qualifications that you must meet to qualify for Aid & Attendance. Click the button to the right to find out right now if you or your loved one meet those basic qualifications. After you take the basic qualification questionnaire, you’ll find out more about what to do next.
If you are not interested in qualification for Aid & Attendance but want more general information about the program, click here to download our white paper on Aid and Attendance.