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  • State Veteran Benefits

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    Veterans pursuing their educational goals are usually eligible for "educational assistance for students" in most states. Educational benefits for veterans and their dependents, particularly the children of deceased and disabled veterans, are also available in some states. has developed an on-line general summary of educational benefits for veterans and their dependents. Please note: This summary presents only general informatio... more

  • GRE and GMAT Reimbursement


    The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) and Graduate Record Examination (GRE) are used for admission to Graduate Schools, while not necessary for admission they are similar to the SAT & ACT tests, in that schools use them to predict which candidates are a good fit for their studies. Veterans can be reimbursed for the cost of these tests using their GI Bill eligibility and  DANTES reimburses the GMAT or GRE General fee for eligible milit... more

  • VA Will Pay For Several Licensing & Certification Examination Programs


    Reimbursement for licensing and certification tests that have been specifically approved for the GI Bill is provided by the VA. VA can pay only for the cost of the tests, not any other fees connected with obtaining a license or certification. The following is a summary of the GI Bill License and Certification Program. Overview of Licensing & Certification Reimbursement In today's business and federal workforce, having a license or certificat... more

  • Benefits for Veterans

    A veteran's pension is a cash benefit paid to war-time veterans who have limited or no income. Veterans 65 and older automatically qualify to receive this benefit. Those younger than 65 must be permanently and totally disabled. Veterans who are more seriously disabled may qualify for Aid and Attendance or Household Benefits, paid in addition to ... more

  • Relaunch of The Military Advantage Blog has relaunched 'The Military Advantage' blog. The TMA blog covers all the latest news and opinion on military and veteran benefits and related legislation. The blog features posts by Tom Philpott, Terry Howell, Ben Krause, congressional leaders, the Military Officers Association of America and more. Visit The Military Advantage blog to see all the changes, and get the latest military benefits news. more

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