Aid and Attendance Application Process

Where do you turn for Aid and Attendance?

Calling Veterans Financial, Inc. (VFI) is a great way to begin the Aid and Attendance application process. Not only will you will speak directly to an experienced live representative, but will also receive the assurance that you are not alone during application and approval wait time.

Unlike other financial service companies, Veterans Financial stands strong on more than 11 years’ experience completing Aid and Attendance forms along with assisting over 100,000 veterans and their families!

Basic Application Requirements

Many applicants want to know if they are entitled to additional benefits that Aid and Attendance can bring. Some are concerned that their finances may appear greater on paper then they actually are; thus will affect their benefit outcome.

To help alleviate apprehensions we have put together a few basic requirements that Veteran Affairs (VA) outlines for applicants.

  • Veterans must have a minimum of 90 days active duty (not including National Guard or Reserves) with at least 1 of those days occurring during specific wartime periods such as – WWII (12/7/41 – 12/31/46), Korean Conflict (6/27/50 – 1/31/55), Vietnam (8/5/64 – 5/7/75), and early Gulf War (8/2/90 – year to be determined) can qualify.
  • There are health concerns that affect their activities of daily living. This also applies for surviving dependants of a veteran.
  • There is no specified financial amount that VA requires. Applicants and their needs are reviewed per individual case – but a mistake on your application could affect you by thousands of dollars!
  • Applicants of VA Aid and Attendance disability benefits can be awarded up to a set amount outlined by Veterans Affairs. 
    • Married Veteran:        $2,120 / month
    • Single Veteran:          $1,788 / month
    • Surviving Spouse:     $1,149 / month


What to Expect from Veterans Financial

Veterans Financial is a private financial service company offering free services for veterans and their surviving spouses.

They carry a resilient A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau for their financial services provided to veterans and their families.

You’ll speak directly to a knowledgeable representative who is there with you during the entire process. Occasionally, the Aid and Attendance application process can take a while before being approved and further information may be required from Veterans Affairs. However, instead of leaving you feeling overwhelmed, Veterans Financial is only a phone call away and will help you threw to a quick approval time.

Call Today 1-800-835-1541!

Remember, contacting us doesn’t cost you anything and we look forward to answering your questions. A representative is waiting to assist you in applying for your Aid and Attendance. So don’t hesitate, simply pick up the phone and call Veterans Financial at 1-800-835-1541.