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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Can 8850 Form Veteran

Instructions and Help about Can 8850 Form Veteran

Self-employment grants for service-connected disabled veterans. How has college been? Welcome to this week's Money Monday. I'm Brian with Vet Hustle Com. Today, we're going to talk about self-employment grants for service-connected disabled veterans. If you are searching for ideas and ways to grow and build your business as a service-connected disabled veteran, there are various options available. One option is to explore vocational rehabilitation (voc rehab) programs for self-employment grants. I have done extensive research on grants to build veteran-owned businesses and have received over $3,000 in grant money so far. I expect to receive more at the end of this month. However, it is important to note that these opportunities may be linked to other veteran programs, which I have discussed in previous videos. When researching voc rehab, it is crucial to understand the different categories and track programs. The information can be confusing and there is a lot of mixed information out there. However, I have pulled information directly from the VA website to provide clarity. According to the VA website, to qualify for a potential grant, veterans must meet specific conditions. These conditions include being determined by the VA to have the most severe connected disabilities and requiring self-employment or homebound training for vocational rehabilitation. Category one veterans are those who meet all three conditions mentioned earlier. They are eligible for comprehensive training, minimum stocks of materials, essential equipment, and machinery necessary to start and operate their own businesses. Category two veterans have employment handicaps or serious employment handicaps due to service-connected disabilities. While they may not qualify for all the assistance provided to category one veterans, they may still receive some of the benefits, such as training, management support, and assistance with licenses, fees, and tools. Grants can also cover lease or rental payments, as well as the purchase or rental of...