The long-awaited pronouncement of changes to the VA regulations concerning the veterans pension known as Aid and Attendance (benefits) has been delayed yet again, this time until early summer according to the VA. This is good news for those eligible veterans and/or their spouses who wish to plan or who are currently in the process of planning for this tax free benefit, as the new changes will likely impose a look back period for transfers of assets along with other more restrictive measures.
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