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You only can sign up for insurance within 2 years of original rating. If a rating is increased that is not counted. Good Luck

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FYI:

Just a note...if you are rated 100% you will receive a waiver of premium for 10,000 dollar life insurance AFTER you have been 100% for 6 months. When I signed up, I payed the premium for a total of 5 months, and after the 6 month period the V.A. sent me back the 5 months in premiums I paid.

So sign up, pay the premiums for the 6 months and you will get your money back, or wait 6 months and you will be good to go!!

All the best!! Thank you for your service!!

Greg

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10,000 bucks will just about bury you if you go for viewing, embalming, nice coffin etc., and you are buried in VA National Cemetary. I don't want people to view my body after I am pumped up with embalming juice. I think I will cut out the viewing and just go for quick service and into the ground. Florida insists on metal vault into which coffin goes due to wet conditions. This is pollution and waste of space. The graveyard where my relatives are buried is now too dangerous to visit without armed guard or cops overhead. What is cheapest way to go? The only who will show up for my service are just a few friends. I am not worried about making an impression once I am cold. I want the wife to hold onto as much insurance money as possible.

John

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