47 Secret Veterans Benefits for Seniors is written for Veterans and their advocates. You will learn insider secrets the VA doesn t want you to know, learn how you can get tax free income to pay for private health care, and learn how to push your claim effectively through the system, and much more! This book will discuss certain VA benefits that are most beneficial to senior citizens, specifically, VA service connected compensation, VA health care, and VA pension benefits.

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Victoria Collier enlisted in the U.S. Air Force at the age of 19. She served on active duty from 1989 1995, during the Gulf War (Desert Storm). Her first trained skill was as a carpenter/mason. She then cross-trained to become a paralegal. After leaving the military in 1995, Victoria finished her undergraduate degree in psychology at Valdosta State University, and then pursued a Juris Doctorate at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Victoria established The Elder & Disability Law Firm of Victoria L. Collier, PC in 2002. From 2001-2004, she was a 1st Lieutenant in the U.S. Army Reserves, JAG Corps.

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47 Secret Veterans Benefits for Seniors is a long overdue spotlight focusing on what millions of veterans don t even know they are missing out on. Victoria is to be applauded for leading the way in educating the Elder Law profession and Veterans about untapped financial resources and VA benefits that all too often go unclaimed. Benefits that can dramatically impact the level of care to be afforded. This book will be instrumental in insuring a quality of life for those who defend our freedoms and make the sacrifice of service. Well written, informative, and should be on the desk of anyone dealing with Eldercare issues and should be in the home of every veteran. Debbie Burak, Founder-VeteranAid.org, CEO-Woven Embrace.com --Editorial Review47 Secret Veterans Benefits for Seniors is a long overdue spotlight focusing on what millions of veterans don t even know they are missing out on.Victoria is to be applauded for leading the way in educating the Elder Law profession and Veterans about untapped financial resources and VA benefits that all too often go unclaimed.Benefits that can dramatically impact the level of care to be afforded. This book will be instrumental in insuring a quality of life for those who defend our freedoms and make the sacrifice of service.Well written, informative, and should be on the desk of anyone dealing with Eldercare issues and should be in the home of every veteran. Debbie Burak, Founder-VeteranAid.org, CEO-Woven Embrace.com VeteranAid.org was created by Ms Burak in 2005 with the mission of bringing the Improved Pension to National attention making it as common knowledge as Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid. VeteranAid.org is the most respected online resource on the topic of the VA s Aid and Attendance Pension Benefit and is ranked #1 nationally. She is respected throughout the Eldercare industry for her tireless efforts acting as a Veteran s Advocate, and is currently working with Congressional representatives to rewrite legislation that will help allow veterans better access to entitlements and benefits. As the daughter of a WWII veteran who discovered the pension at the passing of her father, Ms Burak made a promise to her mother to change the ending for others.That promise has been kept and has indeed changed the lives of thousands of grateful sons, daughters, and loved ones. Ms Burak is also the CEO of WovenEmbrace.com a sympathy and condolence gift site. --Editorial ReviewIn 26 years of elder law practice, effectively advising and advocating for veteran clients regarding Department of Veterans Administration benefits has been far more difficult than Medicaid planning partly because DVA has prevented individual lawyers from charging a reasonable fee. Few attorneys have been able to learn the rules as a result. Attorney Victoria Collier s experience as a military veteran and attorney for countless veterans have been distilled and creatively presented in her book 47 Secret Veterans Benefits for Seniors. Rather than presenting V.A. advocacy strategies in the usual statutory citation method of similar works, she organizes her work based on ultimate outcomes that are intuitive, easy to understand and nicely prioritized. My learning process went from zero to 100 miles per hour almost instantly with better retention than my previous study of the complicated, horribly difficult maze of authority and procedure required for obtaining V.A. benefits. If your practice includes advising elderly veterans and their families, Victoria s monumental work should be on your desk. Her seminars on V.A. benefits are as useful as this book. I highly recommend both. Tim Nay, MSW, Attorney at Law, Captain, U.S.A.F.

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Founding President and Fellow, National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. --Editorial Review