There are many myths about having a VA disability rating and serving in the military. The most common is that you can never serve in the military again. This is not completely true.
Once you join the military, Uncle Sam may keep you there longer than you have planned -- or that you can be recalled to active duty once you get out or retire.
If a service member is receiving VA disability pay under concurrent receipt guidelines, and is re rated to 100%, can the vet receive both retirement and VA pay even if the VA pay is higher than the military ret pay?
Concurrent Retirement and Disability Pay (CRDP) allows military retirees to receive both military retired pay and VA compensation.
President Barack Obama signed into law a bill aimed at improving veterans’ access to health care, disability benefits, education, and homelessness assistance, among other important benefits for U.S. veterans.
VA loan benefits can be used again and again, provided that you meet the qualifications for reuse. Here is a closer look at 3 common scenarios may help some veterans get another VA loan.
The REAL ID Act establishes specific minimum federal standards for state-issued driver's licenses and ID cards to be accepted for certain federal purposes.
VA can pay certain benefits to Veterans who are incarcerated in a Federal, State, or local penal institution; however, the amount depends on the type of benefit and reason for incarceration.
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) operates the largest health care system in the country. When you become enrolled in the VA health care system, it's for a lifetime.