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Wartime Veterans Facts Veterans and their spouses or dependents can qualify for tax-free income. Families struggling with or facing Alzheimer’s can benefit greatly for an enhanced Aid and Attendance Pension. To qualify the veteran or spouse of a veteran may qualify for substantial benefits. A veteran requiring a protective environment such as a nursing home […] Medicaid Eligibility Medicare is a health-care benefit provided by the federal government to individuals over age 65, or under age 65 and disabled. Medicare covers doctor visits, tests and care provided in a hospital and limited benefits in a nursing home (see below). Medicaid is health insurance for those with limited assets. To qualify, […] Abraham Lincoln Called on the Nation to Support it’s Veterans. Veterans who served during WWII, Korea, Vietnam and the Gulf Wars may be eligible for tax free pensions. The pension program is designed to assist veterans and their spouses or widows to cope with the impacted by medical expenses and nursing home costs. The pension […] Veterans and their families may be entitled to receive a pension based upon service during WWI, WWII, Korean War, Vietnam or the Gulf Wars. This tax-free pension can help bridge the gap needed to pay for long-term care. Wartime Veterans Pension, Workshop When: Monday, November 9, 2015 2:00 – 3:15 p.m. Where: Concordia Life Care Community 7707 W. Britton Road Oklahoma City, OK 73132 Wartime Veterans Pension, Veterans who served during WWI, WWII, Korean War, Vietnam and the Gulf Wars may be eligible for tax-free income. For example, a married veteran in an […] Protecting Your Children by Protecting Their Inheritance Providing Asset Protection for Your Kids Providing an inheritance for one’s children is a common desire among the current generation of middle aged Americans. Protecting that inheritance may be something that many of us overlook when planning for the future. After all, the assets to be handed […] Living Wills and DNRs, September 15, 6-7 pm Every person has the right to decide the type of care they would like to receive. An Advanced Healthcare Directive, or Living Will informs medical providers of the patients intentions when he or she is unable to speak for themselves. A Do Not Resuscitate order instructs medical […] Estate Planning for Families Struggling with Memory Loss, October 20, 6-7 pm Those with memory loss may still be able to make an estate plan. There are things the family can do to best provide for the person afflicted with this issue. Sometimes it is important to do basic estate maintenance for those with […] Veterans’ Affairs, Aid & Attendance Pension, November 17, 6-7 pm Many wartime veterans, their spouses and widows can qualify for Aid and Attendance benefit. A couple could be eligible for as much as $2120, a veteran $1788 and a widow $1149 of tax free income. This needs based program can help families with medical costs. […] Aid and Attendance, Housebound. 2016 Rates How much will the VA pay Veterans for Wartime Pension.? Find out more here.