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Veterans Benefits Chart

 

Pension Benefit Charts

The information in these tables is provided by the Veterans Association website
 

2014 Pension Benefit Figures — Wartime Veteran

Type of Benefit Max. Annual Pension Rate (Income Limit) Max. Monthly Pension Rate (Income Limit)
Service Pension $12,652
Medical Expenses must exceed $628 to be deducted
$1,054
Medical Expenses must exceed $52 to be deducted
One dependent $16,569
Medical Expenses must exceed $828 to be deducted
$1,381
Medical Expenses must exceed $69 to be deducted
Housebound $15,461 $1,288
One dependent $19,379 $1,615
Aid and Attendance $21,107 $1,759
One dependent $25,022 $ 2,230
Each additional dependent child $2,161 +$180
2 Veterans Married to Each Other $16,569 $1,381

Link to Veterans pension figures

Link to wartime periods

2014 Pension Benefit Figures — Surviving Spouse

Type of Benefit Max. Annual Pension Rate (Income Limit) Max. Monthly Pension Rate (Income Limit)
Death Pension $8,484
Medical Expenses must exceed $424 to be deducted
$707
Medical Expenses must exceed $35 to be deducted
One dependent child $11,106 $926
Housebound $10,370 $864
One dependent child $12,988 $1,082
Aid and Attendance $13,562 $1,130
One dependent child $16,179 $1,348
Each additional dependent child $2,161 +$180

Link to Surviving Spouse pension figures

Link to eligible wartime periods

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