[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The increase in disability compensation, dependency and indemnity compensation and pensions for 2012 matches the cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) in Social Security benefits, but is rounded down to the next lower whole-dollar amount.
What does D&IC stand for?
D&IC stands for Dependency And Indemnity Compensation
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Samples in periodicals archive:
VBA created a Tiger Team to complete very old claims, and claims from elderly veterans; created nine resource centers to decide claims developed at the regional offices of jurisdiction; consolidated pension maintenance work at three regional offices to free up staff at other offices to concentrate on other work; consolidated in-service dependency and indemnity compensation claims at one office; consolidated processing of appeals remanded from VA's Board of Veterans Appeals at one office; and is consolidating decision making on Benefits Delivery at Discharge (BDD) claims at two regional offices.
Finally, the IRS may disclose unearned income information to the Veterans Administration for purposes of determining eligibility for VA pension, parents' dependency and indemnity compensation and health-care services.
to extend the increase for dependency and indemnity compensation to $250-per-month benefit to help families dealing with a recent death.
As the surviving spouse of a veteran whose death was connected to service, Bonnie Burnett was entitled to dependency and indemnity compensation (DIC), as well as aid and attendance because of her own illness.
Widows of veterans who remarry at or after age 57 are entitled to receive dependency and indemnity compensation benefits.
1220, also would authorize an additional monthly payment of 8250 to surviving spouses with minor children during the first two years of eligible for dependency and indemnity compensation.
2486 also provides an additional $250 in dependency and indemnity compensation (DIC) for surviving spouses with dependent children.