But that changed when the Vietnam War veteran was informed he owed $30,000 for medical. delays getting paid by the VA. When payments are stalled, veterans’ medical bills can be sent to debt.
VA owes disabled veterans refunds on home loan fees, report says. the fee and to issue them refunds. The VBA noted that the financial impact on the veterans was minimal over the life of the.
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) improperly charged almost 73,000 disabled veterans more than $286 million in home loan fees they didn’t owe, according to a report by the VA Office of the.
The VA’s Office of the Inspector General (OIG) released a report showing that $286.4 million in home loan fees were wrongly charged to about 72,900 disabled veterans who, because they are entitled to disability benefits, also are exempt from paying the fees.
For years, disabled veterans were mistakenly charged fees when taking out home loans and the federal government now owes millions of dollars in refunds, a watchdog report revealed this week. The.
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The Department of Veterans Affairs owes about $189 million to 53,000 disabled veterans who were charged home loan fees they were exempt from having to pay, an investigation has found. These veterans were charged the fees under the VA’s Home Loan Guaranty Program and now may be entitled to refunds ranging from $5,000 to $20,000, a VA Inspector General audit released Thursday found.
Fox News now reports the Department of Veterans Affairs owes an estimated $189 million to 53,000 disabled veterans. These veterans were charged home loan fees they were exempt from paying and.
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VA owes disabled veterans refunds on home loan fees, report says. June 6, 2019 3:21 pm Federal VA, National, News; The federal government owes at least $189 million to 53,000 disabled veterans who overpaid on their home loans, the department’s inspector general found.. VA loans in Oregon.
A VA spokesperson said Friday that the planned payment schedule would not result in out-of-pocket expenses to the veteran. Training providers will not be able to charge veterans for tuition and fees.