10 Steps To Save Your Retirement So many of the best marketing and advertising executives in the country are consumed with getting you to spend cash and, if needed, to enter into debt to do so. Absolutely all the media that reach you every day are created to get you to invest money. In order […]
We’ve all dreaded the pre-employment background check. – Are they a help or just a hassle? In order to keep a company alive and competitive in today’s world, a new flow workers must be maintained. Sure, there are a great deal of advantages keeping staff as long as possible, avoiding hiring. However, in order to […]
Yesterday the Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released their “Employment Situation of Veterans – 2013” report which summarized the 2013 annual data and also includes employment information on Veterans with service-connected disabilities as well as Veterans who served in the National Guard/Reserves. The data on Veterans with service-connected disabilities and those who […]
Many of you have heard about some changes in the VRAP program so I thought it might be useful to try and provide you with some direct information. Bottom line, given that the statute directs VA that we do not have the authority to pay VRAP benefits after 31 March 2014, the decision was made […]
We received many questions concerning the VRAP program and would like to share some important information to address as many of these questions as possible.
The Veterans Retraining Assistance Program (VRAP) offers a renewed opportunity for education/training and job assistance to unemployed Veterans 35-60 years old. As of this week there have been over 117,000 applicants.
You may have come across the term “advance payment” in dealing with GI Bill benefits. Who wouldn’t want their pay in advance? Better sooner than later, sign me up! So what exactly is it? Can a Veterans Retraining Assistance Program (VRAP) student request advance payments?