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Will My GI Bill Benefits Affect My Eligibility for College Financial Aid?

The Post-9/11 GI Bill is the first to allow veterans to transfer benefits to their spouse or children. Does it affect school financial aid?

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Will My GI Bill Benefits Affect My Eligibility for College Financial Aid?

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Veterans and their family members using the GI Bill could be eligible for in state tuition http://1.usa.gov/1IOfhHt

Five things sailors should know to successfully transfer their GI Bill benefits to their spouse and children.

Veterans, servicemembers, survivors, and eligible dependents can quickly and easily calculate their GI Bill benefits at more than 10,000 approved schools and job-training programs.

SUSTAINED ELIGIBILITY – After transfer of benefits, spouse eligibility will not be affected by divorce, and children will stay eligible even if they marry. But the member retains ownership of the benefit and can modify or revoke transfer at any time without explanation. Also, the GI Bill benefit cannot be treated by judges as property to be shared in a divorce.

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Army National Guard Soldiers eligible for education benefits under the Post-9/11 GI Bill have had the option of transferring some or all of those benefits to their spouse or children.

The GI Bill website is the place to look for information on educational benefits provided by The Department of Veteran Affairs. It provides financial support to help service members and eligible veterans cover the costs associated with getting an education or training.

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