Non-Service Connected Improved Pension Benefit
The Veterans Aid and Attendance Pension (also known as the Veterans Improved Pension) is a federal program which can offer a monthly benefit payment from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
2015 Maximum Annual Benefit Amounts
- Surviving Spouse of a Veteran: $13,794 ($1,149 monthly)
- Veteran with no Spouse or dependent children: $21,466 ($1,732 monthly)
- A married couple where the Veteran requires care: $25,448 ($2,121 monthly)
- Healthy Veteran, but only Spouse requires care: $16,955 ($1,413 monthly)
- Both spouses are Veterans and require care: $34,050 ($2,838 monthly)
We believe that Veterans who served our country during wartime have the same right as taxpayers to arrange and manage their affairs within the law to receive any and all benefits to which they are entitled. We will assist any Veteran, Surviving Spouse and/or their family representative to the best of our ability to maximize said benefits. We provide guidance and assistance during the entire VA application process using VA accredited attorneys and authorized representatives. We also provide ongoing service and support to our sustaining members.
There is never a charge for this service, neither to the Veteran nor Surviving Spouse nor their family members nor any facility in which the Veteran or Surviving Spouse might be a resident or patient. It is against VA regulations to charge any fee for this service.
This benefit is fairly complicated. Click below to check Eligibility & Qualification. If you fit the criteria we can help!