The fifth annual Veteran Benefit Expo, the state’s largest veteran benefit resource event, will be held in Pendleton next week, July 27th at the Pendleton
Tag: disability compensation
Borrowers whose student loans are forgiven due to death or disability will no longer have to pay federal income taxes on those forgiven loans. Now,
VA modernization initiative reduces processing time for Veterans’ claims, saves future taxpayer dollars
VA recently started digitizing older, inactive paper records, which will save taxpayer dollars through reduced, leased office-space that currently houses these records. “This is just
Early this year, the Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA) began extracting hundreds of thousands of inactive-claim records from regional offices east of the Mississippi for digital conversion.
If you believe the internet, or what the guy sitting across from you at your appointment at the VAMC said—which is what he heard from
We were all talking around the coffee table these last few days about just how accessible help and assistance is for veterans in our area.
As a social media administrator for VA’s Benefits Administration, I read thousands of comments (yep, all of them) each week from thousands of people scattered
If you disagree with the decision VA made on your disability compensation claim, your first step is to formally tell VA that you disagree. I
There’s a common misperception that VA-and-DoD’s eBenefits web portal is singularly synonymous with “checking your claim.” Although claim status is one of several dozen features on eBenefits, it’s also one whose implementation many Vets felt could be improved.
Enter vets.gov, the VA’ transaction-based website. Yes, you will now be able to track the progress of your disability compensation claim online at Vets.gov.
Let’s back up, though, to address on question: Why?
What I mean to