Connecting Veterans to Their Benefits
Remembering every password and login credentials for all of your online accounts can be a real grind.
Tired of losing track of your password? Along with usernames and security question answers?
- Now you can store them safely in one convenient place!
- Passwords & Everything Else is organized and developed with areas to list your passwords, usernames and security question answers and special notes.
- Passwords & Everything Else is smartly equipped with tips, suggestions and reminders of how to protect your valuable information.
"Having my DD Form 214 miniaturized on a credit card sized plastic card is genius. I feel like I have a very special spy card of some sort. Not only that, but my tiny signature is there which makes this card really spiffy. And, miniaturization of my DD Form 214 makes it easier to move around from place to place, which reduces the risk of loss through mishandling. Which, I have a tendency to do with large items. Also, I like the encrypted data on the backside of my DD Form 214 card. Very cool!"
...Tom, Las Vegas, NV
VA Airborne Hazards & Open Burn Pit Registry
It is very Important for all affected veterans to register. Potential benefits may depend on you being included in registry. To register click here.
Did you know the Home Improvements and Structural Alterations (HISA) Grant will provide coverage for medically necessary improvements and alterations to the homes of veterans and active service members? Those eligible to receive the grant can get up to $6,899 if they have a service-connected disability, or $2,000 if they have a non-service related condition. More...
Did you know know the Veterans Legal Clinic provides free legal assistance when a veteran has been improperly denied benefits by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) or is in need of a military discharge upgrade? More...
Protect Your Sensitive Data
Did You know many veterans have had great success in submitting their disability claims information in book form? That is, putting together a binder with table of contents, tabs, and all necessary attachments. Using a binder helps keep all information organized, and easily accessible for reference.
It is a well known fact within the medical community, both at the civilian level and around the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), that some diseases seem to manifest well after a veteran’s time in service. For some diseases, the medical profession has a good grasp as to why they incubate, and others, it is unclear why the disease takes life after military service. More...
Did you know there is a new home loan strategy being used by scam artists to con veterans? The scammers try to get veterans to refinance their new homes, agree to misleading loan modifications or even start sending their mortgage payments to a new address or bogus address.