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FAMILY life better

EXTENDED PROGRAM

Americans have fought in many wars, within their own country as well as abroad. These wars were fought for a variety of reasons, ranging from the need to be independent from colonists to the expansion of national boundaries.

Here’s why the CEO wanted to EXTEND THE MEMBERSHIP. Your spouse has tolerated moving, being alone, separation and raising your children while you Served. In his eyes, your the “Foundation to our American Values”. He values your service as much as the Veteran. Your concerns over financial issues should not be handled alone. You have served our Country with your spouse. 

Very Respectfully,

CEO – Raymond, Christopher 

VETERAN HUNDO CLUB

EXTENDED MEMBERSHIP
PROGRAM

MEMBERSHIP LASTS FOR VETERAN AND SURVIVING SPOUSE

Veteran Hundo Club LLC has extended membership to include the surviving spouse to cove Survivor and dependent compensation (DIC). This extension is a choice from the CEO of VETERAN HUNDO CLUB LLC. We welcome getting your benefits for your life as a service member and the life of your partner so you know your covered as well as your loved ones.

we aim to ensure your family gets what they deserve no matter the situation your currently in

If you’re the surviving spouse of a service member who died in the line of duty, or the survivor of a Veteran who died from a service-related injury or illness you are ENTITLED TO VETERAN HUNDO CLUB LLC EXTENDED MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM. We will ensure to do everything we can “Beyond-The-Call-Of-Duty” to get you your tax-free monetary benefit called VA Dependency and Indemnity Compensation (VA DIC). We have handled cases that have been successful in getting Survivor and Dependent Compensation (DIC). Let us know if we can get your VA benefits or compensation you deserve.

Staying Financially Fit FOR YOUR LIFETIME AND YOUR IMMEDIATE FAMILY

VETERAN HUNDO CLUB EXTENDED MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM

  • As soon as a Veteran Donates our minimum fee to help other Veterans who cannot afford our service, or hires Veteran Hundo Club LLC or becomes a Member of Veteran Hundo Club they become Lifetime Members. This membership of support is now extended to the Spouse of the Veteran.  
  • We will assist in your cases for life and the lifetime of your spouse. This will relinquish the worry that your loved ones will not have service connected disabilities transferred. This removes the concern that your family is taken care of even while your gone.
  • NO; Your part of our Veteran family and as so a member to us at Veteran Hundo Club. Your mission is your health, family health, and financial health. Personal and family concerns can make that hard to do and financial wellbeing of your family is another concern.
  • There are “NO ADDITIONAL FEE’S, NO ADDITIONAL COST’S.” Your part of the Veteran Hundo Club Family.
  • NOTIFY VETERAN HUNDO CLUB ABOUT YOUR DIC CLAIM.

 

  • You can send us an email or book an appointment through our booking/contact page but it is highly recommended to click on the call to action “NOTIFY VETERAN HUNDO CLUB ABOUT DIC CLAIM” OR CLICK THE ABOVE LINK.
  • It will ensure your case is front loaded for service. It will enable us to identify immediately an urgent case that needs to be addressed.
  • VHC will notify you as quickly as possible that we have received your case request.

rEQUIREMENTS FOR CLAIM

  • Eligibility

    You may be eligible for VA benefits or compensation if you meet these requirements.

    One of these must be true:

    • You lived with the Veteran or service member without a break until their death, or
    • If you’re separated, you weren’t at fault for the separation

    And one of these must be true:

    • You married the Veteran or service member within 15 years of their discharge from the period of military service during which the qualifying illness or injury started or got worse, or
    • You were married to the Veteran or service member for at least 1 year, or
    • You had a child with the Veteran or service member

    Note: If you remarried, you can receive or continue to receive compensation if one of these describes you:

    • You remarried on or after December 16, 2003, and you were 57 years of age or older at the time you remarried, or
    • You remarried on or after January 5, 2021, and you were 55 years of age or older at the time you remarried

    Evidence

    You’ll need to provide evidence with your claim showing that one of these descriptions is true for the Veteran or service member. Evidence may include documents like military service records, doctor’s reports, and medical test results.

    Provide evidence showing that one of these is true:

    • The service member died while on active duty, active duty for training, or inactive-duty training, or
    • The Veteran died from a service-connected illness or injury, or
    • The Veteran didn’t die from a service-connected illness or injury, but was eligible to receive VA compensation for a service-connected disability rated as totally disabling for a certain period of time

    If the Veteran’s eligibility was due to a rating of totally disabling, they must have had this rating:

    • For at least 10 years before their death, or
    • Since their release from active duty and for at least 5 years immediately before their death, or
    • For at least 1 year before their death if they were a former prisoner of war who died after September 30, 1999

    Note: “Totally disabling” means the Veteran’s injuries made it impossible for them to work.

  • Eligibility

    You may be eligible for VA benefits or compensation if you meet these requirements.

    All of these must be true:

    • You aren’t married, and
    • You aren’t included on the surviving spouse’s compensation, and
    • You’re under the age of 18 (or under the age of 23 if attending school)

    Note: If you were adopted out of the Veteran’s or service member’s family, but meet all other eligibility criteria, you still qualify for compensation.

    Evidence

    You’ll need to provide evidence with your claim showing that one of these descriptions is true for the Veteran or service member. Evidence may include documents like military service records, doctor’s reports, and medical test results.

    Provide evidence showing that one of these is true:

    • The service member died while on active duty, active duty for training, or inactive-duty training, or
    • The Veteran died from a service-connected illness or injury, or
    • The Veteran didn’t die from a service-connected illness or injury, but was eligible to receive VA compensation for a service-connected disability that was rated as totally disabling for a certain period of time

    If the Veteran’s eligibility was due to a service-connected disability rated as totally disabling, they must have had this rating:

    • For at least 10 years before their death, or
    • Since their release from active duty and for at least 5 years immediately before their death, or
    • For at least 1 year before their death if they were a former prisoner of war who died after September 30, 1999

    Note: “Totally disabling” means the Veteran’s injuries make it impossible for them to work.

  • Eligibility

    You may be eligible for VA benefits or compensation if you meet these requirements.

    Both of these must be true:

    Note: We define a foster parent as someone who served in the role of a parent to the Veteran or service member before their last entry into active service.

    Evidence

    You’ll need to provide evidence with your claim showing that one of these descriptions is true for the Veteran or service member. Evidence may include documents like military service records, doctor’s reports, and medical test results.

    Provide evidence showing that one of these is true:

    • The service member died from an injury or illness while on active duty or in the line of duty while on active duty for training, or

    • The service member died from an injury or certain illnesses in the line of duty while on inactive training, or

    • The Veteran died from a service-connected illness or injury

    Learn more about the evidence you’ll need to support your claim

    Note: If you’re the survivor of a Veteran who died from COVID-19 and a service-related condition made their illness worse, you may be eligible for VA DIC. When we review your application, we’ll consider whether a service-related condition contributed to your loved one’s illness.

Many factors affect the VA benefits that a veteran receives, so it’s essential they seek expert help with their VA disability claim. Join Veteran Hundo Club to bring real change to Veterans for their entire life. We take our application process very seriously. Please do not apply if your not ready to learn, grow, develop yourself. There is a lot of self development and teamwork towards servicing Veterans. We aim to give only impervious claims information that are undisputable and ensure each claim gets its correct rating based on the severity of their disability.

IN GOD WE TRUST

VETERAN HUNDO CLUB EXTENDED MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM

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2023 VA DIC rates for spouses and dependents

 

Review 2023 VA Dependency and Indemnity Compensation (DIC) rates for the surviving spouses and dependent children of Veterans. These VA survivor benefits are tax exempt. This means you won’t have to pay any taxes on your compensation payments. These rates are effective December 1, 2022.

Surviving spouse rates if the Veteran died on or after January 1, 1993

If you’re the surviving spouse of a Veteran

Your monthly payment rate is: $1,562.74
Effective December 1, 2022

You may also be eligible for added amounts based on certain factors. Find any descriptions in the table below that are true for you. Add the amount listed in the Added monthly amount column of each description to your monthly payment. This is your total monthly payment.

Added amounts for surviving spouses

Effective December 1, 2022

If this description is true…You may qualify for this benefitAdded monthly amount (in U.S. $)
  • The Veteran had a VA disability rating of totally disabling (including for individual unemployability) for at least the 8 full years leading up to their death, and
  • You were married to the Veteran for those same 8 years
8-year provision331.84
You have a disability and need help with regular daily activities (like eating, bathing, or dressing)Aid and Attendance387.15
You can’t leave your house due to a disabilityHousebound allowance181.37
You have 1 or more children who are under 18
  • Transitional benefit, and
  • DIC apportionment rate
  • 332.00 for the first 2 years after the Veteran’s death
  • 387.15 for each eligible child

Example of how to calculate your DIC payment

If you’re the surviving spouse of a Veteran, your monthly rate would start at $1,562.74. 

Then for each additional benefit you qualify for, you would add the amounts from the Added amounts table.  

In this example: We show the total monthly payment for someone with 2 children under 18, and who qualifies for the 8-year provision and Aid and Attendance. 

Total monthly payment for the first 2 years

$1,562.74 (monthly rate) 
+ $387.15 (first child under 18) 
+ $387.15 (second child under 18) 
+ $331.84 (8-year provision) 
+ $387.15 (Aid and Attendance) 
+ $332.00 (transitional benefit for the first 2 years after the Veteran’s death) 
= $3,388.03 per month

Total monthly payment after 2 years (when transitional benefit ends)

$3,388.03 (monthly payment with transitional benefit) 
– $332.00 (transitional benefit) 
= $3,056.03 per month

Note: You can find the details of these rates in title 38 U.S.C. 1311(a, b, c, d, f) and 38 CFR 3.461(b).


Surviving spouse rates if the Veteran died before January 1, 1993

If you’re the spouse or child of a Veteran who died before January 1, 1993, we use a different method to determine your DIC monthly payment.

Surviving spouse, with or without dependent children

To find your monthly payment, click on your Veteran’s pay grade category. Find their specific pay grade in the left column of the Monthly payment rates table, and the matching monthly payment to the right.

Then, go down to the Added or increased amounts table. Add any added or increased amounts that apply to you based on the Veteran’s disability rating and whether you have dependent children under 18.

 

Example of how to calculate your DIC payment

If you’re the surviving spouse of a Veteran whose pay grade was E-3, your monthly rate would start at $1,562.74.

Then for each additional benefit you qualify for, you would add or adjust your monthly rate using the Added or increased amounts table. 

In this example: We show the total monthly payment for someone with the E-3 monthly rate who qualifies for the 8-year provision and has 2 children under 18.

$1,562.74 (monthly rate) 
+ $331.84 (8-year provision for E-3 pay grade) 
+ $387.15 (rate for first child under age 18) 
+ $387.15 (rate for second child under age 18) 
$2,668.88 total monthly payment

If you were the surviving spouse of a Veteran whose pay grade was E-9and you qualified for the 8-year provision, and you had 2 dependent children under 18, you would calculate your monthly payment as in the example below.

$1,894.58 (increased payment for Veteran with pay grade of E-8 or E-9, with 8-year provision) 
+ $387.15 (rate for first child under 18) 
+ $387.15 (rate for second child under 18) 
= $2,668.88 total monthly payment


DIC rates if you’re the surviving child of a Veteran

Find the survivor status that applies to you.

Surviving, unmarried adult child of a Veteran, when the Veteran’s surviving spouse is also eligible for DIC

We make this monthly payment to you separately as the adult surviving child, in addition to the eligible surviving spouse’s compensation. 

Monthly payment rates

Effective December 1, 2022

Child statusMonthly payment (in U.S. $)
Child between 18 and 23 who’s in a qualified school program327.99
Helpless child over 18
(An adult child who became permanently unable to support themselves before age 18)
659.83

Surviving eligible child of a Veteran, when the Veteran doesn’t have a surviving spouse who’s eligible for DIC

We’ll base your payment amount on the number of the Veteran’s eligible surviving children. You’re an eligible child if you meet at least one of the requirements listed below.

At least one of these must be true:

  • You’re under 18, or
  • You’re between 18 and 23 and in a VA-approved school program, or
  • You’re permanently unable to support yourself due to a disability that happened before age 18 (we use the term “helpless child”)

Monthly payment rates

Effective December 1, 2022

Number of Veteran’s eligible childrenMonthly rate for each child (in U.S. $)Total monthly payment (in U.S. $)
1659.83659.83
2474.61949.21
3412.881,238.63
4368.501,474.01
5341.881,709.39
6324.131,944.77
7311.452,180.15
8301.942,415.53
9294.552,650.91

Added amounts

  • For each additional eligible child in a family of 10 or more children, add $235.38.
  • For each helpless child over 18, add $387.15 to your monthly rate above. This will be your total monthly payment. For example, if there are 2 eligible surviving children, and one of them is a helpless child, the rate for that child would be $861.76 ($474.61 + $387.15).

How DIC may affect your VA Survivors Pension or Survivor Benefit Plan

How do my payments for DIC affect my ability to receive VA Survivors Pension?

If you’re eligible for both DIC and Survivors Pension benefits, we’ll pay you whichever benefit gives you the most money. You can’t get both.

Learn more about  Survivors Pension benefits

Check current VA Survivors Pension benefit rates

What’s a Survivor Benefit Plan?

The Survivor Benefit Program is a voluntary annuity program that service members may buy as a retirement benefit for their family members. An annuity is a monthly payment received for life. Depending on their military service, members may use this program to buy a Survivor Benefit Plan (SBP) or Reserve Component Survivor Benefit Plan (RCSBP).

We don’t manage this program. It’s managed by the Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) at the Department of Defense.

If you have questions about your SBP or RCSBP payments, you can call DFAS at 800-321-1080 (TTY: 711). They’re open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. ET.

Can I get SBP or RCSBP payments and DIC at the same time?

Yes. You can get a full SBP or RCSBP payment and a full DIC payment at the same time. 

Note: In the past, DFAS reduced your SBP or RCSBP payments by a percentage of your DIC payment. This was called the “SBP-DIC Offset.” Starting on January 1, 2021, DFAS began reducing the offset in phases. On January 1, 2023, DFAS fully eliminated the offset. Survivors can now get full benefits for both programs.

Learn more about the end of the SBP-DIC Offset on the DFAS website


Past rates

Review VA DIC surviving spouse and child rates for past years.

2022 rates (effective December 1, 2021)
2021 rates (effective December 1, 2020)
2020 rates (effective December 1, 2019)
2019 rates (effective December 1, 2018)
2018 rates (effective December 1, 2017)

Full Title 38 regulations

Read the full regulations from Title 38 Code of Federal Regulations.

Full section

38 U.S.C. II Dependency and Indemnity Compensation (chapter 13, sections 1310 to 1318) 
38 U.S.C 501(a) Subpart A—Pension, Compensation, and Dependency and Indemnity Compensation

3.5 Dependency and indemnity compensation
3.10 Dependency and indemnity compensation rate for a surviving spouse
3.22 DIC benefits for survivors of certain Veterans rated totally disabled at time of death

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THE PACT ACT AND YOUR VA BENEFITS

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The PACT Act is a new law that expands VA health care and benefits for Veterans exposed to burn pits, Agent Orange, and other toxic substances.

The PACT Act adds to the list of health conditions that we assume (or “presume”) are caused by exposure to these substances. This law helps us provide generations of Veterans—and their survivors—with the care and benefits they’ve earned and deserve.

What’s the PACT Act and how will it affect my VA benefits and care?

The PACT Act is perhaps the largest health care and benefit expansion in VA history. The full name of the law is The Sergeant First Class (SFC) Heath Robinson Honoring our Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics (PACT) Act.

The PACT Act will bring these changes:

  • Expands and extends eligibility for VA health care for Veterans with toxic exposures and Veterans of the Vietnam, Gulf War, and post-9/11 eras
  • Adds 20+ more presumptive conditions for burn pits, Agent Orange, and other toxic exposures
  • Adds more presumptive-exposure locations for Agent Orange and radiation
  • Requires VA to provide a toxic exposure screening to every Veteran enrolled in VA health care
  • Helps us improve research, staff education, and treatment related to toxic exposures

If you’re a Veteran or survivor, you can file claims now to apply for PACT Act-related benefits.

What does it mean to have a presumptive condition for toxic exposure?

To get a VA disability rating, your disability must connect to your military service. For many health conditions, you need to prove that your service caused your condition. 

But for some conditions, we automatically assume (or “presume”) that your service caused your condition. We call these “presumptive conditions.”

We consider a condition presumptive when it’s established by law or regulation.

If you have a presumptive condition, you don’t need to prove that your service caused the condition. You only need to meet the service requirements for the presumption.

Gulf War era and post-9/11 Veteran eligibility

 

 

Vietnam era Veteran eligibility

 

 

Getting benefits

 

 

Toxic exposure screenings

 

 

Information for survivors

 

VA benefits

  • Health care

    Apply for VA health care, find out how to access services, and manage your health and benefits online.

  • Disability

    File a claim for disability compensation for conditions related to your military service, and manage your benefits over time.

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