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    2017 VA Disability Compensation Rates
    The following tables show the current VA compensation rates for veterans with a disability rating 10 percent or higher.
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    Proposed Military Pay Charts for 2018
    Despite that fact that the White House and Senate are looking at a potential 2.1% pay raise for 2018, the House Armed Services ...
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    2017 Military Pay Charts
    Check out the 2017 US military pay scale charts for all ranks for active duty, as well as Reserve and Guard components.
  • The VA medical center in Washington, D.C., is under investigation after a veteran was found dead in his vehicle parked at the facility in May 2017. Washington DC VA Medical Center/Facebook
    Veteran Disability Compensation
    Veterans with a service-related disability may qualify for over $3,300 in monthly benefits.
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    State Veteran's Benefits
    Every state and territory offers benefits for veterans and their families. See our details, updated for 2016!

Veterans and Financial Readiness

The millennial generation of veterans and their families — those between 18 and 35 years old — have proven to be outstanding warriors. But, they are struggling in basic financial readiness. They are missing basic financial readiness skills — skills like spend less than you earn, put money away each month for retirement, and for a rainy-day fund, protect yourself and your family and your belongings, and prepare basic estate-planning documents. To address this issue, USAA Bank and The American Legion have worked together to develop a dedicated webpage ( to provide personal finance assistance and access points to USAA's online tools.

For more personal finance tips for veterans and military families, visit the Money section.

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