Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs

Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs

Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs District Service Officers (92) Counties North West North East Tom White Cam Lochner (92) CVSOs (6) IDVA Districts Centr al

East Centra l West Mark Smith Kevin Hinton Sout h West Desley Snyder Sout h East Joe Devito

Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs IDVA & County Veteran Service Officers Currently there are 89 accredited CVSOs & 9 accredited Assistant CVSOs. Indiana Veteran Benefits 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Tuition and Fee Exemption Reduced fee Hunting and Fishing License Property Tax Deduction Disabled Hoosier Veteran License Plate Military Family Relief Fund Discounted Golden Hoosier Passport

Free Peddlers Vendors and Hawkers License All benefits require eligibility verification from CVSO/IDVA Tuition and Fee Exemption Who is Eligible: VETERAN who received: Purple Heart recipients (entered HOR Indiana) CHILDREN OF VETERAN who are: Purple Heart recipient - Former POW/MIA - Disabled Wartime Veteran VETERAN/VETERANS Children Former Students of: Morton Memorial H. S. for the Indiana Soldiers and Sailors Home (closed in 2009) Tuition and Fee Exemption l a d

e M t r a e H e l p r u P VETERAN must: Been Awarded the Purple Heart Medal Received Honorable Discharge Qualify for Indiana in-state tuition Must have entered active duty w/ Indiana as Home of Record Tuition and Fee exemption n a r

e t e V f o d l i Ch Veteran Criteria: Served on Active Duty during recognized war time dates or received a service or campaign medal for equally hazardous duty. Have a VA disability rating 0%-100% Student Requirements:

Be a Biological child of the veteran. Be a legally Adopted child of the veteran. Qualify for Indiana in-state tuition. Maintain satisfactory academic progress. Marital status of the student does not effect benefit. Tuition and Fee exemption n a r e t e V f o d l i Ch Old Law Veteran initially entered military

on or before June 30, 2011 ADOPTED CHID of VETERAN: Must have been adopted prior to reaching age 18 as July 1, 2019. Must become eligible prior to age 32 PROGRAM PAYS FOR: 124 semester hours of tuition and mandatory fees paid at 100% VETERAN RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS: Must have designated Indiana as HOR at the time of entry into the military OR Been a resident of Indiana at least 5 years prior to first application of benefit as of July 1, 2019. New Law Veteran initially entered military on or after July 1, 2011 ADOPTED CHID of VETERAN: Must have been adopted prior to age 18 Must become eligible prior to age 32

PROGRAM PAYS FOR: 124 Semester hours of tuition and mandatory fees paid up to the veteran disability percentage + (20) VETERAN RESIDENCY REQUIRMENTS: Must have designated Indiana as HOR at the time of entry into the military OR Been a resident of Indiana at least 5 years prior to first application of benefit. Tuition and Fee exemption Child of Veteran cont. All student must use the educational cost exemption within eight (8) academic years regardless of the veterans parents enlistment date. HOWEVER, to minimize the impact student who first used the education

cost exemption before July 1, 2011 until they use it again After June 30, 2017 will be grandfather. Once they use the exemption after June 30, 2017 they will have eight (8) academic years to use the remaining exemption. Exemption rates have not changed old law/new law rules Veteran with initial active duty prior to July 1, 2011 the student is 100% exempt. Veteran with initial active duty after to July 1, 2011 the student is exempt at 20% plus the Veterans combine service connected disability rating. Tuition and Fee exemption s l o o h c s d e v o r Indiana University

App Purdue University Indiana State University Ball State University U of Southern Indiana Vincennes University Ivy Tech (all locations) Tuition and Fee exemption s s e c o r p n o i t a c i

l p p A All application are done on Scholar Track https://scholartrack.che.in.gov Create a user profile in Scholar Track Documents Required Birth Certificate Proof of veterans wartime service (DD 214) Proof of VA Disability Award s s e c o r p

n o i t a c i l p p A SCHOLAR TRACK https://scholartrack.che.in.gov/Login?ReturnUrl=%2f Reduced Fee Hunting and Fishing License for Disabled Veterans $2.75 per year $27.50 for 10 years Qualification: 1) Resident of Indiana

2) Served in the Armed Forces 3) Been awarded a service connected disability by: Department of Veterans Affairs Disability retirement benefits from DOD 13 Property Tax Deduction Veteran and Surviving Spouse Certain Hoosier Veterans and their Surviving Spouses qualify for a property Tax Abatement of: $24,960 or $12,480 ($14,000 2019 Assessment Year) or A Combination of Both - $37,440 (38,960 2019 Assessment Year) Surviving Spouses can carry over the benefit upon the veterans death on the existing address or transfer to another home address in Indiana. Surviving Spouse can be a first-time applicant if the veteran has all the qualification. 14 Property Tax Deduction

Section 13- $24,960 WARTIME SERVICE is REQUIRED To Qualify: Served at least one day on Active duty during a recognized WARTIME period AND Service Connected by VA with a combined rating of at least 10% 15 Property Tax Deduction Section 14 - $12,480 ($14,000 2019 Assessment Year) To Qualify: WARTIME SERVICE not REQUIRED Must have served honorably on Active Duty for at least 90 consecutive days AND

Have a total disability (100% SCD or VA Pension Award or IDVA approved disability award) Or: Served in the armed forces for at least 90 days AND Over age 62 AND combined SCD rating of at least 10%. *The assessed property value limit is $175,000.00 ($200,000 2019 Assessment Year) 16 Property Tax Deduction Combination - (13&14) - $37,440 (38,960 2019 Assessment Year) WARTIME SERVICE is REQUIRED

Served at least one day on Active duty during a recognized WARTIME period AND Have a total disability (100% SCD or VA Pension Award or IDVA approved disability award) OR Over age 62 AND Rated at least 10 % service connected disabled. *The assessed property value limit is $175,000.00 ($200,000 2019 Assessment Year) 17 Property Tax Deduction Non Property Owners

If a veteran, or surviving spouse, does not own any real property then the lesser of the following can be applied: The amount owed for vehicle excise tax or $70 can be applied per vehicle. Maximum of 2 vehicles. Eligibility is the same as if property is owned Situation: Veteran does not own any property and lives in an apartment but is eligible for the property tax deduction. Example 1: Veteran owns this vehicle and the excise tax owed is under $70. Excise tax is waived. Example 2: Veteran owns this vehicle and excise tax owed is more than $70. Veteran would get a $70 credit and pays the remaining excise.

Property Tax Deduction Disabled Veteran with homestead conveyed without consideration by a nonprofit organization Qualification: Veteran served at least 90 days Received Honorable discharge Awarded at least a 50% disability Homestead conveyed at no expense to veteran by a tax exempt organization Property Tax Deduction Disabled Veteran with homestead conveyed without consideration by a nonprofit organization Deductions are as follows: Veteran is totally disabled, deduct 100% of assessed value Veteran is 90% disabled, deduct 90% of assessed property value

Veteran is 80% disabled, deduct 80% of assessed property value Veteran is 70% disabled, deduct 70% of assessed property value Veteran is 60% disabled, deduct 60% of assessed property value Veteran is 50% disabled, deduct 50% of assessed property value NOTE: the veteran cannot claim a deduction under sections 1314 AND Section 14.5 But can claim sections 13 and 14 together if eligible. Income Tax Deduction Retired Military Deduction for retired military pay. Military retirement, and Survivor benefits received during the taxable year from service in the active Armed Forces of the United States Including Reserve and Indiana National Guard components The amount of the deduction is the lesser of: (A) the benefits in the adjusted gross income of the individual or the individuals surviving spouse; or (B) six thousand two hundred fifty dollars ($6,250) plus the following: Income Tax Deduction Retired Military For taxable years beginning in 2019, twenty five percent (25%) of the amount of the benefits in excess of $6,250

For taxable years beginning in 2020 fifty percent (50%) of the amount of the benefits in excess of $6250 For taxable years beginning in 2021, seventy-five percent (75%) of the amount of the benefits in excess of $6,250 For taxable years beginning after 2021, one hundred percent (100%) of the amount of the benefits in excess of $6,250 Disabled Hoosier Veteran License Plate CURRENT Plate New Plates with Branches of Service are in the Works Eligibility IC 9-18.5-5 Lost sight in both eyes or suffered permanent impairment of vision in both eyes with S/C compensation Suffered loss of one or both hands or feet or permanent loss of use of one or both hands or feet A United States Department of Veterans Affairs (USDVA) disability rating for a physical condition that precludes the individual from walking without pain or difficulty OR been rated by the USDVA as being at least 50% disabled and receiving compensation. At least 60% of the 50% rating must be attributed to a mobility disability

Eligibility for this plate also entitles the veteran for a reduced fee Golden 23 Hoosier Passport for use at State Parks, museums, and DNR facilities Disabled Hoosier Veteran License Plate Dont be this person Serves as a handicapped plate Allows for parking in legal metered spaces in Indiana at no charge and allows for parking longer than the allotted time normally permitted No other individual is authorized parking privileges (the eligible veteran must be present when parking privilege is used) This plate is not authorized for commercial vehicles IC 9-18.5-5 24 Purple Heart License Plate Request must be accompanied by DD 214 or orders showing Purple Heart award The Purple Heart license plate allows free parking in

legal metered spaces and for longer than the allotted time permitted PH plates available for passenger vehicle, truck (less than 11,000 lbs), RV, and motorcycle and are available for 1 OR more vehicles IC 9-18.5-6 Purple Heart Disabled Veteran License Plate A Purple Heart Plate with the universal handicap symbol is also now available. Use the same form as for the Disabled Hoosier Veteran, POW/ MIA, Purple Heart Recipient Plate. The applicant must be eligible for either a Disabled Hoosier Veteran plate OR be authorized a handicapped placard in Indiana Prisoner of War Veteran Plate A Prisoner of War Plate is authorized by former Prisoners of War and the bureau may issue 1 or more former prisoner of war plates to the veteran or the surviving spouse of a former prisoner of war.

Parking is authorized in any legal metered space at no charge and for longer than the allotted time Veteran Plates The only veteran plates that are authorized metered parking with no fee are the: Former POW plate Purple Heart Plate Purple Heart Handicapped Plate Disabled Hoosier Veteran Plate NOTE: To legally park in a handicapped space a universal handicapped emblem must be on the plate or a placard must be displayed in the vehicle. Permanent Parking Placard When requested by a Disable Veteran that meets the following: (A) has been issued; or (B) is otherwise eligible to receive; a disabled Hoosier veteran license plate under IC 9-18.5-5 New Law as of July 1, 2019 I.C. 9-18.5-8-4

Veteran License Plates NO Veterans simply take their DD214 to the licenses branch to purchase these plates. Proceeds go to the Military Family Relief Fund. 22 Support our Troops License Plates These plates are available for purchase to anyone Additional Fees support the Military Family Relief Fund. 22 Military Family Relief Fund Purpose: To assist Veterans/families who are having financial difficulties.

Example of what the fund can be used for are: Utility bills, needed auto repairs, mortgage/rent payments, current medical bills, and groceries etc. 32 Military Family Relief Fund Eligibility: Grants may be awarded to Indiana residents who is serving or has served in the Armed Forces of the United States or the National Guard on active duty during national conflict or wartime for a minimum of 12 months. 33 MFRF Application : m o r

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Vietnam veterans) Copies of DD 214s for Veterans who left active duty in 1989 or later kept at IDVA (Indiana HOR) Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs Indiana Government Center South 302 West Washington Street, Room E120 Indianapolis, IN 46204 www.in.gov/dva 317-232-3190 Toll Free: 800-400-4520 Questions?

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