Veterans Pensions: Hearings, Eighty-sixth Congress, First Session, on H. R. 7650, an Act to Modify the Pension Programs for Veterans of World War I, World War II, and the Korean Conflict, and Their Widows and Children. July 28-29, 1959

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

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Page 9 - ... (A) his just debts, (B) the expenses of his last illness, and (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 7 - Hon. HARRY F. BYRD, Chairman, Committee on Finance, US Senate, Washington, DC MY DEAR MR. CHAIRMAN : This will acknowledge your...
Page 9 - 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 1 - 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 9 - Amounts equal to amounts paid by a widow or child of a deceased veteran for: (a) His just debts; (b) The expenses of his last illness; and (c) The expenses of his burial to the extent such expenses are not reimbursed under 38 USC ch.
Page 3 - ... years after the termination of the period of service in which the injury or disease causing the death of the veteran was incurred or aggravated; or (2) for one year or more ; or (3) " for any period of time if a child was born of the marriage, or was born to them before the marriage...
Page 8 - Administrator shall pay to each veteran of World War I, World War II, or the Korean Conflict, who meets the service requirements of this section, and who is permanently and totally disabled...
Page 107 - ... (7) amounts equal to amounts paid by a widow or child of a deceased veteran for — (A) his just debts, (B) the expenses of his last illness, and (C) the expenses of his burial to the extent such expenses are not reimbursed under...
Page 6 - ... receipt of an income questionnaire. (m) Veteran's final expenses; pension. In claims for pension under Public Law 86-211 (73 Stat. 432) there will be excluded from the income of a widow or of a child of a deceased veteran where there Is no widow, amounts equal to amounts paid by the widow or child for: (1) His just debts; (2) The expenses of his last illness; and (3) The expenses of his burial to the extent such expenses are not reimbursed by the Veterans Administration.
Page 5 - ... from any source are considered as income except the following: 1. Payments of 6 months' death gratuity. 2. Donations from public or private welfare or relief organizations. Total annual income 1 parent 2 parents (not living together) each Total annual income 2 parents living together (payable Jointly) More than— But equal to or less than— More than — But equal to or less than— 0 $780 ~ $1,000...

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