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For the millions of men and women who make a commitment to serve in the armed forces, it’s important to know that your self-sacrifice and due diligence are recognized. For many, an honorable discharge occurs at the end of this commitment and signals the beginning of a return to civilian life. Following your discharge, there are five benefits that are extended to you as you begin this new chapter. What are they? We’re about to find out. 

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Is VA Disability Taxable?

American taxation is complex, and we sometimes receive questions from veterans over whether certain income sources are taxable. This includes things like Social Security and VA disability benefits. In this article, we’ll focus on how VA disability benefits are related to various income streams, and how taxes work for veterans in Florida.

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Do you need to appeal a rejection on a VA benefits claim?

What was once a slower and bureaucratic process, has gotten much easier. Now, you can file any appeal all online if you’re a veteran who’s received a benefits rejection from your regional Veterans Affairs office.

Here are three ways to make an appeal, how to do it online, and what to expect during the process.

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Mental health is a very serious issue that concerns many veterans. Despite the massive leap forward in understanding the science of depression and post-traumatic stress disorder, mental health still has a lofty stigma attached to it that prevents many people from reaching out to get the help that they need. Help is the topic of the article you’re currently reading, and we’re here to shine a light on seven conditions that can qualify you for assistance. 

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Self-Care Tips for Veterans

According to numerous studies, anxiety, depression, and PTSD are some of the most common conditions US veterans suffer. Those who have served in the military are more likely to suffer from mental health concerns and conditions. 

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While there’s still a great deal of misinformation regarding PTSD, over 350 million people worldwide have returned from active tours of duty and are currently afflicted with the disorder. While there are many psychotherapy outlets for veterans to reach out to, many alternative forms of help are currently being explored to offer help to those who have been afflicted by the trauma of the experience. Some of these we’ll be discussing at length today. 

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