Post 9/11 GI Bill - KateHorrell

Post 9/11 GI Bill - KateHorrell

POST 9/11 GI BILL Kate Horrell financial educator KateHorrell.com WHO IS ELIGIBLE? 90 days of service post 10 September 2001 30 days service if

service-connected disability honorable discharge Must use within 15 years of discharge TUITION Undergraduate, graduate, apprenticeships, licenses, certificates,

and vocational and technical training GRE, LSAT, MCAT, ACT and SAT, licensing, certification Full in-state tuition and fees for state schools Up to $18,077.50/year HOUSING AND OTHER BENEFITS

HOUSING Equal to E-5 w/dep for zip Overseas: $1368.00/ mo Online only: $684.00/ mo time or less BOOKS $1000 per year annual book stipend,

TRANSFER OF BENEFITS Six years of service Four year obligation* Do it as soon as eligible Spouse or dependent child in DEERS Use MilConnect website Sponsor reserves

right to modify or revoke transfer TRANSFERRED BENEFITS Same tuition benefits Spouses may not receive housing allowance if sponsor is still on active duty

Children receive housing allowance Book allowance YELLOW RIBBON PROGRAM Schools offer benefit to students using GI Bill Variety of values,

programs, and number of awards each year STRATEGY Transfer 1 month of benefits to each possible beneficiary Use it soon! FUTURE

Educational benefits tend to expand and contract as the need for troops changes. What do you think will happen in the future? RESOURCES www.gibill.va.gov katehorrell.com

Milconnect.dmdc .mil www.moaa.org www.military.co m

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