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Archive for "Veterans Disability"

Veterans’ Affairs: Benefitting from a Broken System [Infographic]

Veterans’ Affairs: Benefitting from a Broken System [Infographic]When it comes to taking care of servicemen and women when they return home from their deployments, the current system we have is severely lacking. …

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Veterans Without Benefits Because of Mismanaged Veterans Records

veteransdayAs a nation, we publicly honor our veterans who put their lives on the line for our freedom. Yet behind the scenes, we’ve left disabled …

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Why does it take so long to appeal veterans disability? Q&A with Attorney Nancy Mizerak

veterans disabilitySocial Security Disability attorney Nancy Mizerak represents disabled claimants in their appeals to the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review. We chatted with her about …

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5 Tips to File Taxes if Claiming Disability

iStock_000056301746_SmallFeeling confused over navigating tax worksheets? If you’re on disability, you may be eligible for additional tax credits. Here are a few tax filing tips:…

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Saving on Insurance

In this time of economic downturn, it may be tempting to save money on your auto insurance – or even drop your auto insurance. Before …

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