Is the GI Bill benefit, including the Post 9/11 GI Bill housing stipend, taxable? It’s an important question, especially if you need to claim tax credits for higher education. Many VA benefits are not taxable, but you may need to adjust your federal education expenses at tax time. Learn more.
GI Bill benefits
A Comprehensive Guide to Military Benefits Joining the United States Military as a soldier, sailor, airman, Marine, Coast Guard member or Space Force Guardian means accepting a commission or taking an oath of enlistment. The oath describes the new servicemember’s obligations to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies foreign… Read more »
The Department of Veterans Affairs offers military education benefits are for active duty, veterans, spouses, and dependents. But these benefits may vary, depending on your circumstances. If you have retired or separated from military service you have options that may not be open to other applicants, or you may have benefits that active-duty servicemembers also… Read more »
The Forever GI Bill expanded and improved education benefits for military members, offering more flexibility and opportunities for personal and professional growth. Read more.