June 15, 2007, Newsletter Issue #69: The Montgomery GI Bill- for Active Duty and Veterans

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For the men and women of the military that are in active duty or a veteran, the Montgomery GI Bill was created to help defray the coast of education. The GI Bill will provide up to 36 months of educational support for those who qualify. Some qualifications are: the soldier must have contributed to the fund for 12 months and must have at least 2 years active duty.

There are circumstances that can cause disqualification, such as dishonorable discharge or a decline of benefits in writing. Check with your local military branch to see if you qualify.

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