Financial Help Veterans? Is There Help For These People?


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I am a Marine Corps veteran and served in the Corps back in the 1980’s. The 80’s were pretty good to me and I received an honorable discharge and even went back in the Navy Reserves in the late 80’s after the Marines. But, times were not always easy. I found myself homeless in the early 90’s and actually tried my hand at different jobs. I’ve been a cook, a dishwasher, a tow truck driver among other professions. But none of these professions payed me very well and I was always on the low side of the pay scale. Life is hard…I know it is so after working myself to nearly an early grave and yes I partied too…I found myself too burned out to keep going like I used to. I searched for (financial help veterans) online. Here’s what I found out when I went this route trying to get help through any veterans organization.

You May Starve To Death Trying To Get Help! Believe it or not this is true when trying to get any services through the VA or any other organization. It pissed me off too. Here I had served honorably in two separate services and I was burned out and living like a hobo. I saw others who looked like they were living high on the hog and I was scrounging for change for my beat up old car. I thought something would come through as far as financial help veterans was concerned but no…it got worse. I ended up homeless and addicted to alcohol. I was a wreck both financially and emotionally. And the VA was great in scheduling appointments but I was barely surviving! I ended up hanging out with some shady people and down the rabbit hole I went. I was for all intents and purposes a bonifide bum. A dirtbag as my dad used to call people who are bumming around in life.

Working For Others Sucks!

I realized in my forties that for nearly 25 years I had taken the crap of the crap jobs that others didn’t want my whole life. I felt cheated and like others had used me up. I had turned to booze to help which only took me further down the cesspool of life. I felt like the next step was eating out of garbage cans. Didn’t look good and my search for financial help veterans felt like a big scam by organizations which I don’t doubt it was. A guy who is mid 40s with no job is not going to get far in this life without some type of education. I had an education but it was all blue collar jobs. I didn’t feel I could go back to that. So, what did I do?

I’ll tell you what I did. I got lucky about 10 years ago. I met a woman who turned my life around. She helped me get my head together and off the booze. I filed for disability and won. And then I started to try and reinvent my life again.

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Once I knew I wanted something different I started to work on my passion…writing. I love to write and always have. I researched online ways to earn as a blogger and found a program that sparked my interest. There was no commitment with this program and I started for free. You may have heard of it. It’s called the Wealthy Affiliate. Before you call scam on this I want you to know that this is not a get rich scheme. In fact it doesn’t promise you anything but affiliate marketing training and an opportunity to build your own business. But, I can attest it has changed my life and my motivation in life. It’s fun and rewarding and makes alot of people alot of money. But, more than money it teaches you how to work in the digital era. I like that.

I won’t say the Wealthy Affiliate is for anyone. It’s not for those who just want to try something new to see what happens. You have to work hard to be successful. But, there is an awesome training platform and videos and support that really make it all worthwhile. You can get rich doing this by creating your own blog and writing about any niche. Then you simply promote whatever product you want. It can be an affiliate product or even a product of your own. Take a look below at how this works and the memberships you get.

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Any Veteran Can Do This!

From one military veteran to another I have to say this is the easiest way to earn a living I have found without breaking my freaking back. If you like to write you can do this. It’s got step by step instructions with a community of thousands of entrepreneurs who are more than willing to help you out if you get stuck. Check out my in depth review on this website. My Honest Review

Ok, so that’s just the tip of the iceburg of my story and the Wealthy Affiliate and how it’s changed my life. I now have a nice paid off car, a nice place to live, food in the frig and no bills. No, I’m not rich yet but I really don’t want to be. I just don’t want to worry anymore about money and now I don’t. So yea, I search (financial help veterans) and came up flat. Usually it was some organization wanting money or to sell me something. Bail that Sh** as my veteran fishing friends say. You want to earn as a blogger and marketer I encourage you to try the Wealthy Affiliate. It’s free to join and you don’t have to throw up some credit card. Try it out for a week if you like it keep going. It does cost a little over a dollar a day but believe me it will pay off if you stick with it. And I am around if you need help too. A veteran just like you…not some civilian answering a phone at a VA center. It’s your life, take a chance and change! Wealthy Affiliate Free Sign Up

2 thoughts on “Financial Help Veterans? Is There Help For These People?

  1. Hi David

    I too am a veteran and I have tried to find financial assistance through the VA to no avail. I was quite depressed by that and feel cheated since I served and it was during a time of war as well. But as they say, you have to move on. I am now disabled but need to supplement my income really badly. Disability does not pay very much that’s for sure. This Wealthy Affiliate sounds promising and I will look into it. Do they really start for free or is there some catch to it, like get u started then just leave u stuck if you don’t buy some upgrade or something? Is there a time limit on long u can stay free? I really need to find something that will teach me how to become successful online that does not cost a small fortune.
    Thanks much for the info, appreciate it.


    1. True, the financial assistance through the VA is tough to get and I know of people who have waited decades to get approved for anything. I have a electrical degree but no longer work the industry. Just too tough and I’m not getting any younger. But yes you can sign up for free.
      Blogging for an income takes some work and I think it’s like the service, you just have to commit yourself to writing and learning. It doesn’t have to be a full time nightmare either I write maybe once every two to three days but now I have a site that’s well established after a year and a half. No big upgrades and you can stay free forever if you like with limited access to the training. Premium memberships cost $47.00 a month but the training is ongoing with videos and updates. The training I found is some of the best and I always find myself going back over things I may have missed. The videos are amazing and are weekly. You really can’t go wrong with this platform. Thanks for your comment, your service to our country and from one veteran to another this is probably the best way to earn I would think for veterans looking to start in affiliate marketing. It’s a new digital world out there and we deserve a piece of the pie as well. Best. Dave

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