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U.S. VETERANS AND SPOUSES CAN RECEIVE MONEY FOR IN-HOME CARE

By Tammye McDuff
U. S. Veterans and their spouses are invited to a free educational presentation about the Veterans Aid and Attendance Benefit Program on Monday, August 29, 2016, from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. at St. Irenaeus Parish Hall, 5201 Evergreen Avenue in Cypress.
Presented in association with Comfort Keepers, KNR consulting will engage guest speaker Neta Wenrick, Community Outreach Coordinator in offering veterans information on over-looked benefits.
The Veterans Aid and Attendance Benefit can be used by U.S. Veterans, their spouses or both married veterans to pay for In-Home Care service. Attendees will learn about who qualifies, War Period Eligibility, required documents, information and how to apply monthly pension benefits. Attendees will also be informed on what physical and health condition of the Veteran qualifies for the program.
For those who qualify, the Veterans Aid and Attendance Benefit would provide a supplemental tax-free income for wartime veterans and their spouses, solely to be used for In-Home Care services.
All U.S. Veterans and their spouses are encouraged to attend this presentation on Veterans In-Home Care Benefit Program so that they will already have pertinent information if and when they will need it in the future
Kevin Richards, CEO of KNR consulting is an Investment Advisor. In the financial services industry, there are generally two kinds of people offering advice: Registered Representatives and Investment Advisors. Many investors aren’t aware differences exist. One of the main differences is that Investment Advisors have a fiduciary duty to act in the best interest of their clients at all times.
The focus of KNR Consulting Group is to develop relationships with individuals and families in order to gain the trust and confidence in the team’s financial services. At KNR Consulting Group, they preserve and protect the clients’ nest eggs so they can experience their dreams without worrying about finances. “I want to be involved in my clients’ lives for the long-term, not just make a quick transaction,” says Richards.
Richards is passionate about educating his clients about Social Security, government benefits, and legacy planning. Providing answers to clients’ questions concerning their 401(k), IRAs, life insurance, annuities, and health insurance, KNR specializes in helping medical professionals and business owners implement innovative financial strategies and planning that can lead to financial clarity and security. “Working independently means that I’m not limited to working with one product, “adds Richards, “I have a plethora of tools at my disposal to develop a customized plan that will help you fulfill your financial dreams.”
Wenrick will be available for further discussion during the Question and Answer period following her presentation.
Reservations are not required for this free educational presentation.
For more information, contact Monica Kovach, St. Irenaeus Health Ministry, at 714-826-0760.

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The Aid and Attendance benefit can be a great help to senior veterans and their spouses who need help paying for care. I suggest the website www.VeteranAid.org. It tells you how to apply for the Aid and Attendance benefit and has a large amount of information regarding the benefit.