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    State by state Veteran Benefits

    http://www.military.com/Educat...s.htm

    This is a link to State Veteran Benefits. Hope it helps you guy's and gal's out.

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    Re: State by state Veteran Benefits (deadringer6)

    Thanks Carl

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    Re: State by state Veteran Benefits (deadringer6)

    Thanks a lot Carl.

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    Re: State by state Veteran Benefits (deadringer6)

    Thanks for the link Carl, I can get a little on taxes now.


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    Re: State by state Veteran Benefits (jeynitro)

    Thanks for the link. Realy helps.

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    Re: State by state Veteran Benefits (deadringer6)

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    Sent you an I/M and e-mail


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    Re: State by state Veteran Benefits (deadringer6)

    Thanks for the info

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    Re: State by state Veteran Benefits (toolguy44)

    Wow that has alot of good info!.

    I have a question about this

    3.Class II

    Veteran parent rated by USDVA as much as 20 percent but less than 100 percent disabled due to wartime service as defined in the law, or a statutory award for arrested pulmonary tuberculosis and currently or at time of death drawing compensation. 100 awarded per year. Duration of the scholarship is four academic years (8 semesters or 12 quarters) if used within 10 years.

    Nature of scholarship:

    Free tuition, a room allowance, a board allowance, and exemption from certain mandatory fees as set forth in the law in public, community and technical colleges/institutions.
    $4,500 per nine month academic year in private colleges and junior colleges.



    I'm 30% Disabled and A fulltime student at Fayetteville Technical College. I would love to go to a better school, But cant afford it. But with the hours I am at school and having the wife and daughter I dont have time to work. I wa slaid off 2 months ago. Can you direct me to where I can apply for this?
    Thank you!

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    Re: State by state Veteran Benefits (roblatta)

    Rob,
    Go and talk with your local VA Officer. He will give you the info you need.


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    Re: State by state Veteran Benefits (deadringer6)

    Lots of good state benefits out there. Im in Texas.

    I just got my free super combo hunting and fishing license for the year. Saves me roughly $65 a year for that.

    Finally got the paperwork signed by the VA for disabled veterans license plates and registration. Takes my registration and renewal fees dow to $5.

    The disabled veteran property tax exemptions have multiple levels based off of your rating. So, if you have received a higher rating since initially applying for the exemption, get tham a letter of your higher rating and you may get more off.




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    Re: State by state Veteran Benefits - States Veterans Affairs, Alphabetical

    Maybe I shouldn't be doing this. If so pls let me know the way I should be doing this.

    On another Vet Site (VBN) I created a list of all states veterans affairs departments. Rather than redoing for here, I am just posting the topic for there. If this is wrong, Pls let know and I will do it manually here.

    I notice when I post on the military.com, all I get is the education portion. My list covers all actual state va sites (Wyoming just has a number) as well as Washington D.C. I also have a message further down in the topic that directs you to the Territories sites, which are just phone numbers/addresses except for Puerto Rico.

    Anyway, here is the topic and if I am wrong to do it this way, I repeat, let me know and I will do it all over again for here if you want it. :)

    http://vets.yuku.com/topic/26070

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    Re: State by state Veteran Benefits (deadringer6)

    Thanks for that link. I am new to this forum
    But I am still fighting the VA here in Ohio


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    Re: State by state Veteran Benefits (deadringer6)

    Thanks, I'll check it out as soon as the site works, or I'll just call. Batmanace

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    Re: State by state Veteran Benefits (deadringer6)

    If anyone is in need of assistance with veterans benefits I would love to help. I don't know all the answers, but I know who to call in order to find them. I am in the New Orleans area but will talk to anyone in need.

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    i heard that tx has the most benifits of all the states. true/false

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    good morning,
    i don't know all that is available in texas, however, i do know about the following, homestead exemption(based on percentage of disability, 100% no property tax, 20%-20% discount, etc., 50 percent- 50% discount, etc.) i think dubyah did that when he was gov. he is good to vets.
    the texas land bank, reasonable rates and terms for purchases over 10 ac., one of the best run in the world, i think they have a 99% grade...must be born in texas, unless they changed it..one of the oldest programs in texas...
    every county must have a vet rep by law...
    these are a few, i sure there are others, i can be incorrect on some...
    however, texas has some great vet beneifits!!!!

    good luck,
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    For those that reside in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, there is a great web portal that has numerous benefits for veterans available at both the Federal and State level.

    The Mass VetsAdvisor: Benefiting Veterans and their Families

    Vets from other states take a look it is very user friendly and you might be able to locate benefits that you might not be aware of.

    I am a vet of OIF & OEF

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    I live in California. I am rated 100% thru the VA. There are a multitude of benefits both Federally and State sponsored. No property tax. Exemption for 1 vehicle at dmv, free State and Federal park entrance. 7 dollars fishing license. Not sure about hunting 6 dollars or so. Free tuition to State University. On top of title 33 and 35 education benefits from VA.

    I'm available to help anyone needing help obtaining Veteran benefits.

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