Veteran compensation benefits rates for 2013 vary greatly depending on the veteran's status, living situation, family dynamics and more. On the lower end of benefits, for veterans without children and without dependents,... More » Business & Finance Insurance Health Insurance

The 2013 VA rate table is found on the U.S. Department of Veterans affairs website. The website maintains a list of historical veterans compensation benefits rate tables that includes the table for 2013. More » Government & Politics Military

Receiving Veteran's Affairs benefits does not automatically make an individual eligible for Medicare, but the VA recommends that all those receiving VA health coverage also enroll in Medicare upon reaching eligibility st... More » Business & Finance Insurance Health Insurance
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