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I was wondering if someone had experience with claiming a parent as a dependent. The main reason is to add my mom to my Tricare. She's on Social Security and makes about $950 a month, her only income. She is also legally blind. I am retired and my family is on Tricare Select, I use the VA.
DFAS website said I have to cover more than half her expenses. So here's the catch, cash wise I don't. But she lives with my family, and if I rented out that room she uses here in my city I could get around $750 rent. This is my main concern, she has no bills because I pretty much pay them all except her medications, any idea on how I can go about this? It really seems like they make it a PITA.
Thanks for any help!
The administration has been a victim of events. But it has also cooperated in its own victimization.
I am currently in The Air National Guard. I’m torn between getting a degree or going to real estate? I want to do real estate but I feel like it’s a waste of all the extra money from the gi bill. I know it now covers certificates but still. Advice welcomed.
I’ve been in the navy for 3 years and have 3 years left and cannot take it anymore. I want to just get out and was wondering if I can get out with my GI bill under an admin discharge ? I don’t plan on using depression or being suicidal as a way out I just want to tell them I want out and refuse to do this anymore. With that being said would that qualify me under a admin discharge or general?
The former president’s reckless behavior deserves more attention.
Recently became eligible for CHAMPVA with an eligibility/start date in 2020. During 2021, I had a sleep study that cost me $1500ish out of pocket, as well as a $2000 hospital bill for my daughter (I had a $4000 deductible through my wife's insurance that was not met yet).
What is the process to see if CHAMPVA will reimburse me for either of these two large bills? Has anyone done this before, and what were your experiences?