Cut Off WWII Vets Over $200

The Department of Veterans Affairs saved $300,000 last year by denying tax-free allowances to aged WWII and Korean War veterans, according to records. Veterans in their 90s were rejected if their monthly income was as little as $200 higher than regulations permitted: “We made a solemn promise.”

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