Veterans benefits are generally not
taxable so you don't report them on your tax return. Veterans benefits under any law,
regulation, or administrative practice that was in effect on September 9, 1986, and
administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) are not included in gross
taxable income on your tax return.
IRS publications about veterans benefits: For further information about veterans benefits see
IRS Publication 17,
Your Federal Income Tax.
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