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 +**Update November 2019**
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 +Good news from the government about benefits! They have announced the release of a new and improved benefit finder - the tool that makes it easier for you to determine the benefits for which you qualify. They have modified the previously lengthy questionnaire that used to be required and reduced the number of questions you have to answer. It’s also easier now to bypass questions that don’t apply to you. And there’s a new results page that makes it easier for you to see which benefits you qualify for and how to get more information. So if you’ve already tried dealing with the questionnaire and just got frustrated it’s time to give it another chance — you might like the results
The benefits.gov website features a monthly newsletter to which you can subscribe. These are quite timely and might alert you to benefits you could receive but were not aware of. They also include tips that are pertinent to specific times of the year. For example, the current (August 2018) edition of the newsletter highlights tips about the upcoming or current hurricane season. These include both how to prepare for the season and what government agencies you can turn to for information and resources which can help you prepare as well as help you after the storms. They can also help you to assess the level of risk you may face based on your location. The benefits.gov website features a monthly newsletter to which you can subscribe. These are quite timely and might alert you to benefits you could receive but were not aware of. They also include tips that are pertinent to specific times of the year. For example, the current (August 2018) edition of the newsletter highlights tips about the upcoming or current hurricane season. These include both how to prepare for the season and what government agencies you can turn to for information and resources which can help you prepare as well as help you after the storms. They can also help you to assess the level of risk you may face based on your location.
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