Veterans Pensions

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1959 - Military pensions - 108 pages

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Page 3 - ... (C) the expenses of his burial to the extent such expenses are not reimbursed under chapter 23 of this title; (8) proceeds of fire insurance policies...
Page 3 - Payments under policies of United States Government life insurance or National Service life insurance and payments of Servicemen's Indemnity.
Page 5 - With child. If there is a widow and one child, pension will be paid at the monthly rate set forth in column...
Page 9 - Hon. HARRY F. BYRD, Chairman, Committee on Finance, US Senate, Washington, DC MY DEAR MR. CHAIRMAN : This will acknowledge your...
Page 11 - Pension is provided for widows and children of World War II and Korean conflict veterans on the same basis as widows and children of World War I veterans by removing the requirement that the veteran must have had a service-connected disability at death.
Page 4 - If the veteran is in need of regular aid and attendance, the monthly rate payable will be increased by $70.
Page 3 - In determining annual income under this chapter, all payments of any kind or from any source (including salary, retirement or annuity payments, or similar income, which has been waived, irrespective of whether the waiver was made pursuant to statute, contract, or otherwise...
Page 4 - ... (3) shall require that any such person promptly file a revised report whenever there is a material change in his estimated annual income or a material change in his estimate of the corpus of his estate.
Page 94 - VA pension program for veterans of World War I, World War II, and the Korean conflict, and their widows and children...

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