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Vets Home $84000 A Year?

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  • Elder

That's 231.00 the way I read it.

231.00 x12 months 2,772 I think it depends on your income?


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  • Elder

Yup! State laws usually determine how much the veteran and possibly next of kin are responsible for.

In some states, virtually all of the veteran's estate is involved.

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  • Elder

But it says daily rate, not monthly.

"Your first month payment is based on the number of days you will actually live at the Home multiplied by the Daily Rate. For example, you will be billed for the day you move in through the end of the month."

Unfortunately, I believe that your calculations are correct. The VA is supposed to pay but they have a short list of homes that one can go to for nursing care. I think that what happens is they take about all the money you have and than go after spouses.

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  • Elder

Yeah I seen that too 231 daily for room rates eh!

...I think it depends on the veterans income and VA Comp & SSD (Medicare is figured in after 20 days of stay).

I don't understand how any disable veteran can afford 221.00 a day, unless the VA Pays for it? and SSD?

I think this is just another ploy from the VA to confuse the veteran!



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