VA service-connected disability compensation rates will increase 3.2% in 2024, effective Dec 1, 2023. Here are the current VA disability compensation rate tables.
Military members, retirees, veterans, and their family members have access to a variety of extremely valuable benefits. This section of our site can help you learn more about the benefits you have earned and how to apply for them. Thank you for your service!
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VA Disability Compensation Benefit rates can increase when you add a child or dependent, or decrease when you remove a dependent. Learn how.
Members of the Guard and Reserves earn Retirement Points for their service. These Retirement Points are used to determine your “Good Years” of service to qualify for retirement benefits.
If you have a Department of Veterans Affairs service-connected disability rating of 10% or higher, you are eligible to receive a monthly compensation check from the VA. The monthly compensation payments vary by your disability rating—and …
If you are involuntarily separated from the military, you may be eligible for involuntary separation pay. Learn eligibility, rules, and how to calculate.
When the VA gives you a service-connected disability rating, it retains the right to reexamine you to determine if your disability is still present and warrants the original rating. The VA can increase, reduce or terminate your …
Active duty and Reserve retirement pay are calculated differently. This guide shows you how to calculate Guard and Reserve retirement pay based on your anticipated pay grade.
Current military members who are eligible for the Post 9-11 GI Bill may be eligible to transfer their GI Bill benefits to spouse or children. Learn more about eligibility rules and requirements.