Older Veterans Often Miss Out on Long-Term-Care Benefits of Up to $2,210 Each Month

If you qualify, be sure to follow the rules to collect the Aid and Attendance benefits you've earned in service to our country.

Many older war-era veterans and surviving spouses over the age of 65 across America are missing out on a major element in securing their retirements: the Aid and Attendance benefit for long-term care.

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Kevin Richards, RFC, Investment Adviser
Founder, KNR Consulting and Wealth Management, Inc.

Kevin Richards is with KNR Consulting and Wealth Management, Inc. based out of Laguna Niguel, California. He is a Registered Financial Consultant, an Investment Adviser Representative and licensed insurance professional in the state of California (license #0F20506). He is able to provide the following services: Social Security optimization planning, 401(K) IRA rollovers and management, life insurance analysis and long-term care insurance planning. He focuses on helping clients grow their assets ahead of inflation and protect their principal and loved ones by understanding the financial strategies that are available.