Currently, under the Survivor Benefit Plan (SBP), a military retiree can set aside up to 55 percent of his monthly retirement pay to provide their family members with a monthly stipend, after he or she dies. However, these benefits are counted as income
Disabled Military Protection Act Allows Military Families to include Special Needs Trusts within the Survivor Benefit Plan
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