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December 28, 1946


JAMA. 1946;132(17):1096-1098. doi:10.1001/jama.1946.02870520050015

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SOME VETERANS MUST REPORT EARNINGS AT ONCE  Veterans in school or training under the G. I. Bill who have not reported their earnings to the Veterans Administration should report them immediately by letter or postcard without waiting to find an official report form. While these veterans have been temporarily suspended from subsistence allowance rolls, they can get back on the list and receive any money to which they are entitled merely by sending the necessary information to their regional office. The report to the regional office must include the veteran's earnings from productive labor during August, September and October, so that the Veterans Administration may adjust subsistence payments to meet the limitations set by Congress in public law 679, approved August 8. The law specifies that if a veteran's subsistence under the G. I. Bill and his earnings from productive labor total more than $175 a

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