The number of veterans’ benefits that a person can expect to receive will vary depending on their individual situation. However, some of the factors that may affect the number of benefits received include the type of discharge, length of service, and disability rating. Generally, veterans with a service-connected disability may receive up to $3,000 per month in disability benefits, while those without a service-connected disability may receive around $1,200 per month. Additionally, veterans may be entitled to other benefits such as healthcare and education assistance.
Veterans Affairs (VA) monthly benefit payments depend on a number of factors, including your service-connected disabilities rating, marital status, and family composition. As of May 2017, the average monthly VA benefit payment was $1,348.