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The staff members of the U.S. House Committee on Veterans' Affairs answer your frequently asked GI Bill questions.

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Each year in October, the Montgomery GI Bill payment rates increase to meet the growing cost of education.

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There are several GI Bills to choose from. Whether it's the new Post 9/11 GI Bill, MGIB, REAP or MGIB-SR, knowing which GI Bill you qualify for and how to apply can help you make sure you get the b...  more

Tuition Assistance

Top-Up is a program that allows the VA to pay active duty GI Bill participants' tuition and fees not covered by Tuition Assistance.

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VA REAP benefits are worth nearly $40,000 in education benefits for National Guardsmen and Reservists.

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If you elected to make contributions from your military pay to participate in VEAP, your contributions are matched on a $2 for $1 basis by the Government. Read more to learn about your eligibility,...  more

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Read this guide to understand the GI Bill benefits available for Selected Reserve servicemembers.

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The Montgomery GI Bill can be hard to understand - here's how to cut through the confusion and access the benefits you deserve.

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The Montgomery GI Bill can be hard to understand, the following guide will help you cut through the confusion and access the benefits you deserve.

Spouse and Family EducationMore

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Getting a high school student ready to apply to college while serving in the armed forces can present its own unique set of challenges.

 
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