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I’m looking for any assistance or available programs that would help me pay off my student loans. I’m an RN and Army veteran. I have already used the GI Bill, and I’m over the age limit to enlist in the reserves or National Guard. Thanks. – Michael
I am dealing with a GI Bill that was incorrectly reversed during my senior year of college. I am now facing collections and want to preserve my credit and secret security clearance. How do I handle this debt? – Ryan
I retired from active duty in 2008 and have the MGIB but don’t anticipate using it. Is it possible to get on board with the post 9/11 GI Bill and transfer it to my children? – Michael
I receive long-term disability benefits from a previous employer’s insurance coverage. The company is now offering a buyout. Should consider this? How will this affect my wife and children who need my low income for financial aid for school? – David
I didn’t use my GI Bill money within the 10 years [of separating from service] allotted to use it. Will I be getting a return of some type? - Jermaine