Can Spouses Use the GI Bill?

Answer The Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944, also known as the GI Bill, was created to provide college or vocational training, unemployment compensation, and loans to World War II veterans. Today, th... Read More »

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Is the GI Bill transferable to spouses?

Under the updated Montgomery GI Bill, as of August 1, 2009, up to 36 months of education benefits may be transferred to a spouse or other dependent if the service member has at least six years of s... Read More »

Can an employee drop their health insurance coverage when it isn't their open enrollment to join their spouses coverage at their spouses open enrollment?

You can but it is unwise because you need to know when you would be covered by the spouse's health plan. Some plans have 3 and 6 monthj waiting periods. So it is wise to keep your insurance, sign u... Read More »

Tokio Hotel Family: Kaulitz Palms Und Mehr Bill-Bill?

Hallo. Cousin who loves Jared Leto here. tehe XD (I'm actually at your house right now and I don't remember requesting that question, but you know, it's nice to here the opinion.) Um, their drawing... Read More »

Do ex-spouses have va benefits?

Though survivors of deceased veterans qualify for benefits, ex-spouses via divorce are not qualified for VA benefits. Benefits include a pension, health care, educational assistance, housing assist... Read More »