Access Your VA Benefits & DoD with eBenefits Login

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UPDATED:  March 11, 2020  –  eBenefits is an online portal to manage my VA benefits, provided by Department of Veterans Affairs and Department of Defense.

Service members can apply for veteran’s education financial assistance (VA GI Bill), access employment information, view VA Home Loan requirements, and more via the VA login portal.

Having trouble with your eBenefits Login?

The VA login portal provides access to military assistance, including; VA home loan certificate of eligibility and the GI Bill.

Read below to learn more about common eBenefits login issues and how to resolve them.

In addition, participants can make an online payment, access my VA benefits history, check retirement pension and compensation status. To access, follow the instructions below…

  • Go to the homepage at www.ebenefits.va.gov
  • Click on the “Login” button on the top right corner
  • Use with either your:
    • Common Access Card (CAC)
    • Department of Defense Self-Service (DS Logon)
  • Enter your ebenefits login username and password

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Check the Status of My VA Benefits

check-claims-status-onlineSome of the most noteworthy eBenefits features include; access to check your claims status, payment history, home loan VA benefits and copies of official military personnel file.

Other notable my VA Benefits include the capacity to purchase health insurance, Veteran specific bank accounts that offer VA loan benefits and compensation.

Healthcare.gov Update

Open enrollment for health insurance starts in November.

As a result, Veterans can purchase healthcare from health insurance companies to supplement the standard level of assistance.

While it is important to keep your CHAMPVA coverage.  Even more important to keep in mind, you must enroll in both Medicare Part B and Medicare Part A.

Online Account Types from Veterans Affairs

One can get an online account immediately by applying online without verification of identity.

Veterans Affairs will automatically offer a Basic DS. Those with basic access can upgrade to Premium when after physically visiting a TRICARE Service Center or Veterans Affairs Regional Office.

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Veterans will have to verify their identity to receive a Premium DS Logon username and password.

To learn more about how to upgrade to a Premium account, read more on the Veterans Administration website or simply visit your eBenefits account.

In addition to verifying your identity through either the DS Logon, DoD CAC, DFAS MyPay self-authentication tools.  You can also verify your identity in person at your local VA Regional Office.

Features of the VA Login Portal – www.ebenefits.va.gov

This web portal offers a private workplace named “My Dashboard” by which you can get quick access to MyeBenefits tools.

The tools help to complete various tasks such as:

  • updating your personal information
  • applying for government assistance
  • downloading your DD 214
  • monitoring claims & viewing your claim status
  • managing your VA health insurance

Therefore, you will get this workplace after creating an online profile with your eBenefits login.

In addition, www.ebenefits.va.gov also offers a list of links to other sites that give information about Veteran and VA benefits such as VONAPP.
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Contact VA Benefits Customer Service

1-800-983-0937
There are regional offices for each geographical location to handle walk-in business and written correspondence.

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Experiencing eBenefits Login Issues?

If you forgot your password or username, please see Reset Your Password 

NOTE: We are not affiliated with eBenefits or the Department of Veterans Affairs, and you should NOT contact us with any sensitive information that is of a personal nature. We are merely a resource that provides information. 

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