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  • In case you missed it: Webinar to avoid PACT Act scams and identity theft!
    Watch VA’s free, recorded “Protecting the Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics (PACT) Act Benefits from Identity Theft Scammers” webinar to learn valuable tips to protect your VA benefits and financial well-being. Veterans are prime targets of scams and identify theft, so VA’s Privacy Service hosted the Feb. 1 webinar to help you understand how to safeguard your benefits and other finances from scammers. If you missed the webinar live in February, you can watch it now for free on the VA Privacy Service Events webpage. No login is required. Plus, there’s a free resource guide with more helpful advice you can download from the event page.
  • First Steps to Financial Freedom with Prudential April 18 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm | FREE
    First Steps to Financial Freedom This seminar will cover important topics like: Strategies to create your financial plan Understanding credit and minimizing debt Saving to build wealth When? Tuesday, April 18th from 1:00 – 2:00 PM EST via WebEx
  • Five things you need to know about VA Women’s Health Reengagement Training (heaRT)
    The VA Women’s Health Reengagement Training (heaRT) Team is on a mission to share information on VA’s women’s health services. VA Women’s heaRT discusses how to apply for and use VA health care to educate women Veterans on the care they earned and deserve. Here are five things you need to know about the training. All women Veterans are welcome
  • 200 Remote Jobs from Veteran-Friendly Employers
    The opportunity to work remotely from home offers excellent flexibility for Veterans who—whether due to family matters, disabilities or other issues—lack the luxury of commuting to the office every day. Teleworking also provides former service members the chance to carry out their job responsibilities and explore new career choices from the comfort of their home. It’s hard to dispute the benefits of remote work.
  • Stars and Stripes Veterans Benefits Guide is now available online
    VBA has coordinated with Stars and Stripes to release a special edition insert, the Veterans Benefits Guide. The print and digital publication, which highlights VA benefits and services available for Veterans, service members, and their families, hit newsstands on December 9.
  • It's Tax Filing Season! Veterans, Service members Could File for Free
    The Internal Revenue Service is committed to helping all Veterans. We work with community and government partners to provide timely federal tax-related information to Veterans about tax credits and benefits, free tax preparation, financial education and asset-building opportunities available to Veterans.
  • Modernizing VA Benefits Delivery & Claims Process
    It’s vital that Veterans have the tools they need to access the benefits they’ve earned and deserve. To help Veterans apply for and receive VA benefits more efficiently, VA’s Office of Information and Technology (OIT), Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA), and Debt Management Center (DMC) have been working to create innovative technology solutions. Together, OIT and VBA are modernizing VA systems to help provide a better benefits delivery experience—for both Veterans seeking benefits and VA staff administering them.
  • In Tax Season, How can Veterans Maximize Their Tax Benefits?
    As a Veteran, you may be eligible for certain tax benefits under the tax code. It’s important to file your taxes before this year’s April 18 deadline and be aware of the benefits that apply to you. Here’s a summary of some of the key tax benefits for military Veterans provided by accountant and tax expert Lisa Greene-Lewis of TurboTax. And don’t forget: Tax advice that applies to civilians can benefit you too.
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