State / Territory Benefits - Utah

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Summary: Utah offers special benefits for its military Service members and Veterans including Disabled Veteran Property Tax Exemptions, Utah National Guard Tuition Scholarship Program, Veterans Job Preference, State Education and Tuition Assistance, Special Fun Tags, Vehicle Tags, as well as Fishing License privileges. Eligibility for some benefits may depend on residency, military component and Veteran disability status.

 

State Benefit Highlights and Eligibility

 

State Taxes:

State Tax Advantage: None

Federal Income Tax Deduction: Utah permits taxpayers to deduct one-half of the federal income tax liability as shown on their federal return for the same tax year. The federal tax deduction is based on the tax calculated on their federal return, not on the amount of federal tax withheld by employers.

Retired Military Pay: Up to age 65, individual can deduct up to $4,800 of qualified retirement; $7,500 at age 65 or older. Deductions apply to survivor benefits.

Military Disability Retired Pay: Retirees who entered the military before Sept. 24, 1975, and members receiving disability retirements based on combat injuries or who could receive disability payments from the VA are covered by laws giving disability broad exemption from federal income tax. Most military retired pay based on service-related disabilities also is free from federal income tax, but there is no guarantee of total protection.

VA Disability Dependency and Indemnity Compensation: VA benefits are not taxable because they generally are for disabilities and are not subject to federal or state taxes.

Military SBP/SSBP/RCSBP/RSFPP: Generally subject to state taxes for those states with income tax. Check with state department of revenue office.

Military Personnel & Their Spouses: Under a new federal law, earned income of the spouse of a nonresident active duty military Service member is now exempt from Utah income tax. The military income of the Service member continues to be exempt from Utah tax, but the exemption now extends to the earned income of the non-military spouse

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Disabled Veteran Property Tax Abatement: The exemption is up to $244,064 of taxable value of a residence, based on the Veteran having a military service-connected disability percentage of 10 percent of more.
Eligibility: This exemption is available to Veterans disabled in military service, their unmarried surviving spouse or minor children. An application with proof of military service and proof of disability (or death) must be on file with the county where the eligible property is located.

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Education Benefits

State Tuition Assistance Program (STA): STA pays 100% of tuition and fees and up to $250 per semester hour with a limit of 15 credit hours per semester. The maximum amount paid is $4,500 per year and STA may be combined with the Montgomery GI Bill (MGIB) and Kicker (additional tuition assistance). Funding is available on a first come first served basis. Soldiers may use STA to receive one credential from each of the following levels:

  1. Secondary School (High School) Diploma or its equivalency (GED);

  2. Certificate (undergraduate, graduate, vocational, technical, licensure);

  3. Associate degree;

  4. Baccalaureate degree;

  5. Master's degree or First Professional Degree.

Eligibility: Utah Army National Guard Soldiers, who maintain Utah as their Home of Record, STA can be applied to a course or program taken at a regionally or nationally accredited, public or private college, university, vocational, technical or trade school located inside or outside the State of Utah. Must have completed Basic and Technical training.

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State Tuition Waiver Program: The State Tuition Waiver Program was developed to aid Soldiers of the Utah National Guard to receive tuition assistance at all Utah State public universities and colleges. The program will cover the cost of tuition equivalent to the full time rate of (12-18 credit hours) for the academic school year. This includes both semesters for Fall and Spring each year. To be considered for the State Tuition Waiver you must submit an application between January 1st and May 31st prior to the year you will attend. This program pays 100% of tuition and can be used with Federal Tuition Assistance (FTA), but cannot exceed 100% of tuition.
Eligibility: Utah Army National Guard Soldiers to be used at UT State schools.

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Purple Heart Tuition Waiver: Purple Heart recipients are eligible for a tuition waiver in all state schools in Utah. This benefit can be used toward a degree up to and including a Master;s Degree or certificate.
Eligibility: Utah residents who have received a Purple Heart for military service with the proper documents.

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Utah National Guard Officer and Enlisted Association: The Enlisted Association of the National Guard Utah (EANGUT) has established a scholarship program to assist members of the Utah National Guard in pursuing advanced educational and academic opportunities. These scholarships are for one year, to attend an accredited college, university, or vocational technical school in the State of Utah. The Officer Association sponsors six tuition assistant grants of $1,000 each; the Enlisted Association sponsors three $1,000 scholarships. These scholarships are based on available funding.
Eligibility: The scholarship program is open to outstanding enlisted members of EANGUT, their spouses or dependents.

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Scott B Lundell Tuition Waiver for Military Members' Surviving Dependents: This Bill waives the undergraduate tuition at state institutions of higher education for surviving military dependents. The waiver in this section does not apply to fees, books, or housing expenses. The Utah Department of Veterans Affairs is the administering agency for this benefit. Call 1-800-894-9497 or (801) 326-2372 for information on how to use this benefit.
Eligibility: Surviving dependents of Utah resident military members killed in the line of duty after September 11, 2001.

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Veterans Upward Bound (VUB): Veterans Upward Bound specifically serves Veterans who are transitioning from the service into postsecondary education. VUB offers free academic advising, career counseling, testing, and instructional services to eligible Veterans.
Eligibility: Veterans must meet the following eligibility requirements:

  • Veteran must have served at least 181 days active duty; OR

  • Was a member of a reserve component of the Armed Forces called to active duty for a period of more than 30days (at least 31 days) on or after September 11, 2001; OR

  • Was called to active duty for less than 30 days to serve in support of a contingency operation on or after September 11, 2001; AND

  • Be one of the following:

    • Potential first-generation college graduate (neither parent graduated from college.

    • low income

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Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children: It is the purpose of this compact to remove barriers to educational success imposed on children of military Families because of frequent moves and deployment of their parents by:

  • Facilitating the timely enrollment of children of military Families and ensuring that they are not placed at a disadvantage due to difficulty in the transfer of educational records from the previous school district or variations in entrance or age requirements.

  • Facilitating the student placement process through which children of military Families are not disadvantaged by variations in attendance requirements, scheduling, sequencing, grading, course content or assessment. Facilitating the qualification and eligibility for enrollment, educational programs, and participation in extracurricular academic, athletic and social activities.

  • Facilitating the on-time graduation of children of military Families.

  • Providing for the promulgation and enforcement of administrative rules implementing the provisions of this compact.

  • Providing for the uniform collection and sharing of information between and among member states, schools and military Families under this compact.

  • Promoting coordination between this compact and other compacts affecting military children.

  • Promoting flexibility and cooperation between the educational system, parents and the student in order to achieve educational success for the student.

Primary Point of Contact:
Dr. Martell Menlove, MIC3 Commissioner
Address: 250 East 500 South, P.O Box 144200, Salt Lake City, UT 84114
Email: martell.menlove@schools.utah.gov
Phone: 801-538-7510

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Employment Benefits:

Veterans Hiring Preferences By federal law, Veterans who are disabled or who served on active duty in the United States Armed Forces during certain specified time periods or in military campaigns are entitled to preference over non-Veterans both in hiring into the Federal civil service and in retention during reduction in force. Veterans may be entitled to 5 or 10 points included in any scoring process for examination or interviews.

5-points Hiring Preference:

  1. 180 or more consecutive days, any part of which occurred during the period beginning September 11, 2001 and ending on a future date prescribed by Presidential proclamation or law as the last date of Operation Iraqi Freedom, OR
  2. Between August 2, 1990 and January 2, 1992, OR
  3. 180 or more consecutive days, any part of which occurred after January 31, 1955 and before October 15, 1976.
  4. In a war, campaign or expedition for which a campaign badge has been authorized or between April 28, 1952 and July 1, 1955.

10-points Hiring Preference: (added to the passing score or interview of):

  1. Have a service connected disability, OR
  2. Received a Purple Heart.

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Veterans Reemployment Rights: Uniformed Services Employment & Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) provides protection against discrimination in employment because of service in the uniformed services (Title 38, chap 43 USC). Inquiries regarding reemployment rights should be directed to the U.S.D.L., Veterans Employment & Training Services (801-524-5703) (Utah Code Vol. 3, Section 67 & USERRA federal Uniformed Services Employment & Reemployment Rights Act, as amended.)
Eligibility: Veterans and members of the National Guard and Reserves may be eligible for reemployment with their civilian employers it they meet certain requirements under the Uniformed Services Employment & Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA).

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Military Leave: Utah state, county or municipal government employees are allowed full pay for 15 days of military leave per year for annual military encampment. Military leave is in addition to and distinguished from annual accrued vacation leave with pay.
Eligibility:
Service members of the organized Reserve/ National Guard. (Utah Code Vol. 3 Section 67 & USERRA federal Uniformed Services Employment & Reemployment Rights Act.)

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Veterans Job Representative: Local Veterans Employment Representatives (LVER) and Disabled Veterans Outreach Person (DVOP) are located statewide in the larger employment offices of the Utah Department of Workforce Services. They provide intensive employment related services for targeted Veterans, referral to job opportunities, resume writing, referral letters, Veteran's preference, employment counseling, etc.

Utah Department of Work Force Services has several programs available for Veterans of all eras. Visit DWS's website for more information and a list of Veterans Representatives click. Vet Reps

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Unemployment Compensation:

Unemployment Compensation: Utah's Department of Workforce Services administers the Unemployment Insurance (UI) benefits. The Utah UI program is a federal/state partnership established over 60 years ago to provide temporary financial assistance to eligible unemployed workers. This program provides economic stability to workers, Families, communities and the Utah economy as a whole.

Eligibility for UI benefits is based on the wages you have earned, not on your individual or Family financial resources. Additionally, you must be able and available to accept full-time work to qualify for UI benefits. As such, UI is not welfare, Social Security, workers compensation or disability assistance.

Benefits paid through the Utah UI program are funded entirely through a dedicated tax paid by employers, meaning that you as a worker do not pay any portion of benefit costs or UI taxes.

In general, unemployment insurance benefits are paid to eligible workers who:

  • have earned qualifying wages,

  • are unemployed through no fault of their own,

  • are able and available to work full-time and

  • are actively seeking full-time work.

You can file a new claim here.

For questions regarding an existing claim or UI benefits in general, please call the Claims Center at:

  • Salt Lake and South Davis Counties (801) 526-4400

  • Weber and North Davis Counties (801) 612-0877

  • Utah County (801) 375-4067

  • Remainder of State and Out of State 1-888-848-0688

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Division of Motor Vehicles Benefits:

Purple Heart Fee Exemption: A recipient of a Purple Heart is exempt from paying the following motor vehicle license and registration fees: automobile driver education fee; motor vehicle registration fee; license plate issuance fees; uninsured motorist identification fee; and local option transportation corridor preservation fee. The only fee due is property tax or age-based fee.
Eligibility: Purple Heart recipient.

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Driver's License Renewal: Military personnel whose Utah driver license expires while they are stationed outside of Utah and immediate family members or dependents who reside with them while stationed outside the state may continue to use that license until up to 90 days after they are discharged, by which time they will need to file for an extension or renewal. Military personnel from outside Utah who are temporarily stationed in Utah may use their valid out-of-state or out-of-country license to drive in Utah, and so may their dependents. (Utah Code Vol. 2, Section 41)

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Veteran-Army License Plate: Utah Veteran's license plates may be purchased from any DMV for an initial $25.00 contribution to the Utah State Department of Veterans Affairs plus a $10.00 special plate fee and $10 annual contribution fee, in addition to normal vehicle registration and property tax fees.

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Purple Heart / Combat Wounded Plate: These Veterans are exempt of application and renewal fees. However, regular registration and property tax fees still must be paid. A membership card in the Military Order of the Purple Heart Association or military discharge form DD-214 issued by the National Personnel Records Center is required to obtain this plate.

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Former Prisoner of War: This plate recognizes Utah resident military Veterans held as a prisoner of war. This plate may be transferred to the surviving spouse of a former prisoner of war so long as the surviving spouse remains unmarried. This plate has a one-time $10 special plate fee. There is no annual fee.

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Gold Star Plate: This plate honors the Family of a member of the military who is killed while serving in the United States armed forces. Vehicle owners pay a one-time fee of $10 when this plate is issued (this includes special group, plate, registration and decal fees). There is no Annual Contribution with this plate. This fee is in addition to all other fees due at the time the plate is issued. Fees pertaining to the renewal of a vehicle registration apply and must be paid.
Eligibility: This plate is only available to recipients of a Gold Star award as evidenced by military documentation.

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National Guard Plate: Vehicle owners pay a one-time special plate fee of $10 when this plate is issued. There is no annual fee for this plate. This plate is available only to current members of the Utah National Guard as evidenced in documentation to be attached to the registration application. Owners may not use this plate following separation from the Utah National Guard. Owners must register vehicles with new plates upon separation from the Guard. The qualified applicant must be listed on the registration.

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Disabled Veteran Plate: Available for Veterans with a service-connected disability. This plate has a one-time $10 special plate fee. There is no annual fee. A letter from the Department of Veterans Affairs or other United States military entity certifying the disabled status of the Veteran is required to obtain this plate.

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Pearl Harbor Survivor Plate: This plate recognizes those on duty and surviving the attack at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on December 7, 1941. There is a one-time $10 special plate fee required to obtain this plate. A membership card issued by the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association is required to obtain this plate.

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Health and Insurance Benefits:

Medical Benefits: Workers Compensation equivalent to State employees.
Eligibility: National Guard Service member's injury occurs while serving on state active duty.

Group Insurance: National Guard Association of Utah offers Term group life insurance with dependent coverage to $50,000 to age 65.
Eligibility: Member of Army National Guard.

Workers Compensation: Workers Compensation equivalent to State employees.
Eligibility: National Guard Service member's injury occurs while serving on state active duty.

Injury/Death Benefits: Relief that the legislature deems proper.
Eligibility: National Guard Service member's injury/death occurs while serving on active Duty.

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Parks and Recreation Benefits:

Fishing Privileges: The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources provides Veterans a Utah Disabled Veteran Fishing Licenses at a discounted price.
Eligibility: To qualify a Veteran must have a minimum 40% Service Connected Disability rating or higher. (Utah Code Vol. 1, Section 23).

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Special Fun Tags: Veterans are allowed to receive a Special Fun Tag that gives them free admission to most of the 41 state-controlled parks, campgrounds and other recreation areas throughout Utah. In order to receive this tag, free of charge, the Veteran must be:

  1. Legally Blind, which is defined as vision of 20/200 or less in the better eye with best correction, or a field restriction of 20 degrees of less in both eyes; OR

  2. Non- Ambulatory, which is defined as being permanently confined to a wheelchair or the use of a cane, crutches or mobility device, or who has lost either or both lower extremities.

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America the Beautiful Pass: A lifetime entrance pass to most national parks, monuments, historic sites, recreation areas, and national wildlife refuges that charge an entrance fee. The Passport admits the pass holder and any accompanying passengers in a private vehicle. Where entry is not by private vehicle, the passport admits the pass holder, spouse, and children. The Pass may also provides a 50% discount on federal use fees charged for facilities and services such as camping, swimming, parking, boat launching, and cave tours. It does not cover or reduce special recreation permit fees or fees charged by concessionaires.
Eligibility: A Pass must be obtained in person at any federal area where an entrance fee is charged or at one of the agencies administering the Pass. It is available to citizens or permanent residents of the United States who are medically determined to be blind or permanently disabled. Veterans may obtain a passport by showing proof of a medically determined permanent disability or eligibility for receiving benefits under federal law. A letter from the Department of Veterans Affairs stating the Veteran's disability rating will suffice. Agencies administering the Pass are Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Reclamation, Army Corps of Engineers, National Park Service, and Forest Service.

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Miscellaneous Benefits:

Bus / TRAX Reduced Fare Cards: Veterans receive greatly discounted fares (50% reduced) to ride Utah Transit Authority (UTA) buses and TRAX light rail system.
Eligibility: Veterans meeting one of the following criteria: Forty percent (40%) or greater military service-connected disability rating by VA, in receipt of VA non-service connected pension or regardless of disability rating for Veterans & others with transportation disabilities that cause either difficulty boarding or getting off a bus/light rail system, difficulty standing in a moving bus/light rail system, difficulty reading bus/light rail system schedules & understanding information signs, difficulty hearing announcements by bus/light rail system, or difficulty hearing announcements by bus/light rail systems operators. Persons receiving Social Security Disability benefits, SSI, or Medicare also get the UTA Reduced Fare Cards. Elderly persons age 65 and over qualify for Senior Passes at the same price as Reduced Fare Cards. To obtain UTA Reduced Fare Cards go to either UTA location at 167 S. Main St. or 3600 S. 700 W. in SLC,

  1. Complete UTA Reduced Fare Card application form,

  2. Present evidence (a VA letter verifying service connected disability rating or non-service connected pension,

  3. Pay $2.00 for UTA photo identification to incorporate on UTA Reduced Fare Card. (Utah Code Vol 4 Section 72, Utah Transit Authority Regulations & U.S. Transportation Regulations) Visit www.ride.uta.com for updated fare information.

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Utah State Veterans Nursing Home: Quality nursing and health care services are provided for Utah Veterans with U.S. military service during peacetime or wartime. While wartime service is not a requirement for admission to the nursing home, wartime Veterans with one day or more of wartime service, as recognized by state and federal laws, have top priority. A Veteran's spouse or surviving spouse may also qualify for admittance to the Utah State Veterans Nursing Home, providing the marriage to the Veteran occurred at least one year before the application. Currently there are two State Veterans Nursing Homes located in Salt Lake City and Ogden and two more are under construction in Ivins and Payson. Contact the Utah Department of Veterans Affairs for more information at either (801) 326-2372 or 1-800-894-9497.

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Utah State Veterans Cemetery and Memorial Park: A Veteran receives complete, professional burial services at no cost to Veteran's Family. The modern 150-seat chapel is the center-piece of the 30 acre memorial cemetery. The administrative building houses military artifacts and other patriotic materials. A Freedom Shrine contains copies of the Constitution, Declaration of Independence, Bill of Rights and other significant historical documents that relate to the founding of our great nation.
Eligibility: The state Veteran's cemetery generally follows the eligibility requirements of VA National Cemetery System, including: any U.S. Armed Forces active personnel dying while performing duty or after having served during wartime. Reservist and National Guard retired personnel with 20 years of service are eligible for burial also. Surviving spouses and dependent children also are eligible to be buried in the Utah State Veterans Cemetery & Memorial Park, under rules established by the state of Utah. (Utah Code Vol. 3, Section 71)

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Burial Benefits: For Veterans who die as a result of a service-connected disability, Families now receive $2,000 for burial and funeral expenses. The Utah Veterans Cemetery Board has voted to install the following fees at the Utah Veterans Memorial Park:

  • Veteran Plot, Opening/Closing, and Marker: No Charge

  • Spouse/Dependent Plot, Opening/Closing, and Marker: $700

  • Saturday Burial: $700 (with approval must be obtained from Cemetery Sexton prior to scheduling)

  • Chapel Rental (2 hours): $125

  • Vault (basic concrete liner): $700

  • Disinterment (casket): $600 - $900

  • Disinterment (cremation): $150

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Wounded Warrior Benefits

Military Disability Retired Pay: Retirees who entered the military before Sept. 24, 1975, and members receiving disability retirements based on combat injuries or who could receive disability payments from the VA are covered by laws giving disability broad exemption from federal income tax. Most military retired pay based on service-related disabilities also is free from federal income tax, but there is no guarantee of total protection.

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Disabled Veteran Property Tax Abatement: The exemption is up to $244,064 of taxable value of a residence, based on the Veteran having a military service-connected disability percentage of 10 percent of more.
Eligibility: This exemption is available to Veterans disabled in military service, their unmarried surviving spouse or minor children. An application with proof of military service and proof of disability (or death) must be on file with the county where the eligible property is located.

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Purple Heart Tuition Waiver: Purple Heart recipients are eligible for a tuition waiver in all state schools in Utah. This benefit can be used toward a degree up to and including a Master's Degree or certificate.
Eligibility: Utah residents who have received a Purple Heart for military service with the proper documents.

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Veterans Upward Bound (VUB): Veterans Upward Bound specifically serves Veterans who are transitioning from the service into postsecondary education. VUB offers free academic advising, career counseling, testing, and instructional services to eligible Veterans.
Eligibility: Veterans must meet the following eligibility requirements:

  • Veteran must have served at least 181 days active duty; OR

  • Was a member of a reserve component of the Armed Forces called to active duty for a period of more than 30days (at least 31 days) on or after September 11, 2001; OR

  • Was called to active duty for less than 30 days to serve in support of a contingency operation on or after September 11, 2001;

  • AND be one of the following:

    • Potential first-generation college graduate (neither parent graduated from college.

    • low income

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Veterans Hiring Preferences in Federal and State Employment: By federal law, Veterans who are disabled or who served on active duty in the United States Armed Forces during certain specified time periods or in military campaigns are entitled to preference over non-Veterans both in hiring into the Federal civil service and in retention during reduction in force. Veterans may be entitled to 5 or 10 points included in any scoring process for examination or interviews.

5-points Hiring Preference:

  • Service was during the period December 7, 1941 to July 1, 1955; or

  • Service was for more than 180 consecutive days, any part of which occurred after January 31, 1955, and before October 15, 1976; or

  • Service was in a campaign or expedition for which a campaign medal has been authorized, including Lebanon, Grenada, Panama, Southwest Asia (Desert Shield/Storm).

10-points Hiring Preference: (added to the passing score or interview of):

A Veteran who served at any time and who (1) has a present service-connected disability or (2) is receiving compensation, disability retirement benefits, or pension from the military or the Department of Veterans Affairs.

  • Individuals who received a Purple Heart qualify as disabled.

  • An honorable or general discharge is necessary;

  • Military retirees at the rank of Major, Lieutenant commander, or higher are not eligible for preference unless they are disabled Veterans.

  • Guard or Reserve active duty for training purposes does not qualify for preference.

State:

Utah Law regarding Veterans' preference is contained in Utah Code, Volume 3, Title 71 Chapter 10, (1992). Utah law counterpart's federal codes with the following distinctions;

  • Each government entity shall grant a Veteran's preference to each eligible Veteran or preference eligible spouse according to the procedures and requirements of this chapter.

  • The personnel officer of any government entity shall add to the score of a preference eligible who receives a passing score on an examination, or an rating or ranking mechanism used in selecting an individual for any career position with the government entity:

    • five points, if he/she is a Veteran;

    • ten points, if a disabled Veteran; or

    • in the case of a preference eligible widow or widower, the number of points the qualified Veteran would have been entitled to.

A preference eligible Veteran who is 30% or more disabled shall be placed on the appropriate register or list ahead of others having the same rating. A preference eligible Veteran who applies for a position that does not require an examination shall be given preference in interviewing and hiring for the position. (Utah Code Vol 3, Section 71)

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Veterans Job Representative: Local Veterans Employment Representatives (LVER) and Disabled Veterans Outreach Person (DVOP) are located statewide in the larger employment offices of the Utah Department of Workforce Services. They provide intensive employment related services for targeted Veterans, referral to job opportunities, resume writing, referral letters, Veteran's preference, employment counseling, etc.

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Purple Heart Fee Exemption: A recipient of a Purple Heart is exempt from paying the following motor vehicle license and registration fees: automobile driver education fee; motor vehicle registration fee; license plate issuance fees; uninsured motorist identification fee; and local option transportation corridor preservation fee. The only fee due is property tax or age-based fee.
Eligibility: Purple Heart recipient.

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Veteran License Plate: Utah Veteran's license plates may be purchased from any DMV for an initial $25.00 contribution to the Utah State Department of Veterans Affairs plus a $10.00 special plate fee and $10 annual contribution fee, in addition to normal vehicle registration and property tax fees.

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Purple Heart Plate: These Veterans are exempt of application and renewal fees. However, regular registration and property tax fees still must be paid. A membership card in the Military Order of the Purple Heart Association or military discharge form DD-214 issued by the National Personnel Records Center is required to obtain this plate.

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Disabled Veteran Plate: Available for Veterans with a service-connected disability. This plate has a one-time $10 special plate fee. There is no annual fee. A letter from the Department of Veterans Affairs or other United States military entity certifying the disabled status of the Veteran is required to obtain this plate.

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Fishing Privileges: The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources provides Veterans a Utah Disabled Veteran Fishing at a discounted price.
Eligibility: To qualify a Veteran must have a minimum 40% Service Connected Disability rating or higher. (Utah Code Vol. 1, Section 23)

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Special Fun Tags: Veterans are allowed to receive a Special Fun Tag that gives them free admission to most of the 41 state-controlled parks, campgrounds and other recreation areas throughout Utah. In order to receive this tag, free of charge, the Veteran must be:

  1. Legally Blind, which is defined as vision of 20/200 or less in the better eye with best correction, or a field restriction of 20 degrees of less in both eyes; OR

  2. Non- Ambulatory, which is defined as being permanently confined to a wheelchair or the use of a cane, crutches or mobility device, or who has lost either or both lower extremities.

Learn more

America the Beautiful Pass: A lifetime entrance pass to most national parks, monuments, historic sites, recreation areas, and national wildlife refuges that charge an entrance fee. The Passport admits the pass holder and any accompanying passengers in a private vehicle. Where entry is not by private vehicle, the passport admits the pass holder, spouse, and children. The Pass may also provides a 50% discount on federal use fees charged for facilities and services such as camping, swimming, parking, boat launching, and cave tours. It does not cover or reduce special recreation permit fees or fees charged by concessionaires.
Eligibility: A Pass must be obtained in person at any federal area where an entrance fee is charged or at one of the agencies administering the Pass. It is available to citizens or permanent residents of the United States who are medically determined to be blind or permanently disabled. Veterans may obtain a passport by showing proof of a medically determined permanent disability or eligibility for receiving benefits under federal law. A letter from the Department of Veterans Affairs stating the Veteran's disability rating will suffice. Agencies administering the Pass are Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Reclamation, Army Corps of Engineers, National Park Service, and Forest Service.

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Bus / TRAX Reduced Fare Cards: Veterans receive greatly discounted fares (50% reduced) to ride Utah Transit Authority (UTA) buses and TRAX light rail system.
Eligibility: Veterans meeting one of the following criteria: Forty percent (40%) or greater military service-connected disability rating by VA, in receipt of VA non-service connected pension or regardless of disability rating for Veterans & others with transportation disabilities that cause either difficulty boarding or getting off a bus/light rail system, difficulty standing in a moving bus/light rail system, difficulty reading bus/light rail system schedules & understanding information signs, difficulty hearing announcements by bus/light rail system, or difficulty hearing announcements by bus/light rail systems operators. Persons receiving Social Security Disability benefits, SSI, or Medicare also get the UTA Reduced Fare Cards. Elderly persons age 65 and over qualify for Senior Passes at the same price as Reduced Fare Cards. To obtain UTA Reduced Fare Cards go to either UTA location at 167 S. Main St. or 3600 S. 700 W. in SLC,

  1. Complete UTA Reduced Fare Card application form,

  2. Present evidence (a VA letter verifying service connected disability rating or non-service connected pension,

  3. Pay $2.00 for UTA photo identification to incorporate on UTA Reduced Fare Card. (Utah Code Vol 4 Section 72, Utah Transit Authority Regulations & U.S. Transportation Regulations) Visit www.ride.uta.com for updated fare information.

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Utah State Veterans Nursing Home: Quality nursing and health care services are provided for Utah Veterans with U.S. military service during peacetime or wartime. While wartime service is not a requirement for admission to the nursing home, wartime Veterans with one day or more of wartime service, as recognized by state and federal laws, have top priority. A Veteran's spouse or surviving spouse may also qualify for admittance to the Utah State Veterans Nursing Home, providing the marriage to the Veteran occurred at least one year before the application. Currently there are two State Veterans Nursing Homes located in Salt Lake City and Ogden and two more are under construction in Ivins and Payson. Contact the Utah Department of Veterans Affairs for more information at either (801) 326-2372 or 1-800-894-9497.

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Survivor Benefits

VA Disability Dependency and Indemnity Compensation: VA benefits are not taxable because they generally are for disabilities and are not subject to federal or state taxes.

Military SBP/SSBP/RCSBP/RSFPP: Generally subject to state taxes for those states with income tax. Check with state department of revenue office.

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Disabled Veteran Property Tax Abatement: The exemption is up to $244,064 of taxable value of a residence, based on the Veteran having a military service-connected disability percentage of 10 percent of more.
Eligibility: This exemption is available to Veterans disabled in military service, their unmarried surviving spouse or minor children. An application with proof of military service and proof of disability (or death) must be on file with the county where the eligible property is located.

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Scott B Lundell Tuition Waiver for Military Members' Surviving Dependents: This Bill waives the undergraduate tuition at state institutions of higher education for surviving military dependents. The waiver in this section does not apply to fees, books, or housing expenses. The Utah Department of Veterans Affairs is the administering agency for this benefit. Call 1-800-894-9497 or (801) 326-2372 for information on how to use this benefit.
Eligibility: Surviving dependents of Utah resident military members killed in the line of duty after September 11, 2001.

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Veterans Hiring Preferences in Federal and State Employment: By federal law, Veterans who are disabled or who served on active duty in the United States Armed Forces during certain specified time periods or in military campaigns are entitled to preference over non-Veterans both in hiring into the Federal civil service and in retention during reduction in force. Veterans may be entitled to 5 or 10 points included in any scoring process for examination or interviews.

5-points Hiring Preference:

  • Service was during the period December 7, 1941 to July 1, 1955; or

  • was for more than 180 consecutive days, any part of which occurred after January 31, 1955, and before October 15, 1976; or

  • Service was in a campaign or expedition for which a campaign medal has been authorized, including Lebanon, Grenada, Panama, Southwest Asia (Desert Shield/Storm).

10-points Hiring Preference: (added to the passing score or interview of):

A Veteran who served at any time and who (1) has a present service-connected disability or (2) is receiving compensation, disability retirement benefits, or pension from the military or the Department of Veterans Affairs.

  • Individuals who received a Purple Heart qualify as disabled.

  • An honorable or general discharge is necessary;

  • Military retirees at the rank of Major, Lieutenant commander, or higher are not eligible for preference unless they are disabled Veterans.

  • Guard or Reserve active duty for training purposes does not qualify for preference.

State:

Utah Law regarding Veterans' preference is contained in Utah Code, Volume 3, Title 71 Chapter 10, (1992). Utah law counterpart's federal codes with the following distinctions;

  • Each government entity shall grant a Veteran's preference to each eligible Veteran or preference eligible spouse according to the procedures and requirements of this chapter.

  • The personnel officer of any government entity shall add to the score of a preference eligible who receives a passing score on an examination, or an rating or ranking mechanism used in selecting an individual for any career position with the government entity:

    • five points, if he/she is a Veteran;

    • ten points, if a disabled Veteran; or

    • in the case of a preference eligible widow or widower, the number of points the qualified Veteran would have been entitled to.

A preference eligible Veteran who is 30% or more disabled shall be placed on the appropriate register or list ahead of others having the same rating. A preference eligible Veteran who applies for a position that does not require an examination shall be given preference in interviewing and hiring for the position. (Utah Code Vol 3, Section 71)

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Gold Star Plate: This plate honors the Family of a member of the military who is killed while serving in the United States armed forces. Vehicle owners pay a one-time fee of $10 when this plate is issued (this includes special group, plate, registration and decal fees). There is no Annual Contribution with this plate. This fee is in addition to all other fees due at the time the plate is issued. Fees pertaining to the renewal of a vehicle registration apply and must be paid.
Eligibility: This plate is only available to recipients of a Gold Star award as evidenced by military documentation.

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Former Prisoner of War: This plate recognizes Utah resident military Veterans held as a prisoner of war. This plate may be transferred to the surviving spouse of a former prisoner of war so long as the surviving spouse remains unmarried. This plate has a one-time $10 special plate fee. There is no annual fee.

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Utah State Veterans Nursing Home: Quality nursing and health care services are provided for Utah Veterans with U.S. military service during peacetime or wartime. While wartime service is not a requirement for admission to the nursing home, wartime Veterans with one day or more of wartime service, as recognized by state and federal laws, have top priority. A Veteran's spouse or surviving spouse may also qualify for admittance to the Utah State Veterans Nursing Home, providing the marriage to the Veteran occurred at least one year before the application. Currently there are two State Veterans Nursing Homes located in Salt Lake City and Ogden and two more are under construction in Ivins and Payson. Contact the Utah Department of Veterans Affairs for more information at either (801) 326-2372 or 1-800-894-9497.

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Utah State Veterans Cemetery and Memorial Park: A Veteran receives complete, professional burial services at no cost to Veteran's Family. The modern 150-seat chapel is the center-piece of the 30 acre memorial cemetery. The administrative building houses military artifacts and other patriotic materials. A Freedom Shrine contains copies of the Constitution, Declaration of Independence, Bill of Rights and other significant historical documents that relate to the founding of our great nation.
Eligibility: The state Veteran's cemetery generally follows the eligibility requirements of VA National Cemetery System, including: any U.S. Armed Forces active personnel dying while performing duty or after having served during wartime. Reservist and National Guard retired personnel with 20 years of service are eligible for burial also. Surviving spouses and dependent children also are eligible to be buried in the Utah State Veterans Cemetery & Memorial Park, under rules established by the state of Utah. (Utah Code Vol. 3, Section 71)

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Burial Benefits: For Veterans who die as a result of a service-connected disability, Families now receive $2,000 for burial and funeral expenses. The Utah Veterans Cemetery Board has voted to install the following fees at the Utah Veterans Memorial Park:

  • Veteran Plot, Opening/Closing, and Marker: No Charge

  • Spouse/Dependent Plot, Opening/Closing, and Marker: $700

  • Saturday Burial: $700 (with approval must be obtained from Cemetery Sexton prior to scheduling)

  • Chapel Rental (2 hours): $125

  • Vault (basic concrete liner): $700

  • Disinterment (casket): $600 - $900

  • Disinterment (cremation): $150

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Army National Guard Benefits

Retired Military Pay: Up to age 65, individual can deduct up to $4,800 of qualified retirement; $7,500 at age 65 or older. Deductions apply to survivor benefits.

Military Disability Retired Pay: Retirees who entered the military before Sept. 24, 1975, and members receiving disability retirements based on combat injuries or who could receive disability payments from the VA are covered by laws giving disability broad exemption from federal income tax. Most military retired pay based on service-related disabilities also is free from federal income tax, but there is no guarantee of total protection.

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State Tuition Assistance Program (STA): STA pays 100% of tuition and fees and up to $250 per semester hour with a limit of 15 credit hours per semester. The maximum amount paid is $4,500 per year and STA may be combined with the Montgomery GI Bill (MGIB) and MGIB Kicker (additional tuition assistance). Funding is available on a first come first served basis. Soldiers may use STA to receive one credential from each of the following levels:

  1. Secondary School (High School) Diploma or its equivalency (GED);

  2. Certificate (undergraduate, graduate, vocational, technical, licensure);

  3. Associate degree;

  4. Baccalaureate degree;

  5. Master's degree or First Professional Degree.

Eligibility: Utah Army National Guard Soldiers, who maintain Utah as their Home of Record, STA can be applied to a course or program taken at a regionally or nationally accredited, public or private college, university, vocational, technical or trade school located inside or outside the State of Utah.. Must have completed Basic and Technical training.

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State Tuition Waiver Program: The State Tuition Waiver Program was developed to aid Soldiers of the Utah National Guard to receive tuition assistance at all Utah State public universities and colleges. The program will cover the cost of tuition equivalent to the full time rate of (12-18 credit hours) for the academic school year. This includes both semesters for Fall and Spring each year. To be considered for the State Tuition Waiver you must submit an application between January 1st and May 31st prior to the year you will attend. This program pays 100% of tuition and can be used with Federal Tuition Assistance (FTA), but cannot exceed 100% of tuition.
Eligibility: Utah Army National Guard Soldiers to be used at UT State schools.

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Utah National Guard Officer and Enlisted Association: The Enlisted Association of the National Guard Utah (EANGUT) has established a scholarship program to assist members of the Utah National Guard in pursuing advanced educational and academic opportunities. These scholarships are for one year, to attend an accredited college, university, or vocational technical school in the State of Utah. The Officer Association sponsors six tuition assistant grants of $1,000 each; the Enlisted Association sponsors three $1,000 scholarships. These scholarships are based on available funding.
Eligibility: The scholarship program is open to outstanding enlisted members of EANGUT, their spouses or dependents.

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Veterans Upward Bound (VUB): Veterans Upward Bound specifically serves Veterans who are transitioning from the service into postsecondary education. VUB offers free academic advising, career counseling, testing, and instructional services to eligible Veterans.
Eligibility: Veterans must meet the following eligibility requirements:

  • Veteran must have served at least 181 days active duty; OR

  • Was a member of a reserve component of the Armed Forces called to active duty for a period of more than 30days (at least 31 days) on or after September 11, 2001; OR

  • Was called to active duty for less than 30 days to serve in support of a contingency operation on or after September 11, 2001;

  • AND be one of the following:

    • Potential first-generation college graduate (neither parent graduated from college.

    • Low income

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Military Leave: Utah state, county or municipal government employees are allowed full pay for 15 days of military leave per year for annual military encampment. Military leave is in addition to and distinguished from annual accrued vacation leave with pay.
Eligibility: Service members of the organized Reserve/ National Guard. (Utah Code Vol. 3 Section 67 & USERRA federal Uniformed Services Employment & Reemployment Rights Act.)

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Veterans Reemployment Rights: Uniformed Services Employment & Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) provides protection against discrimination in employment because of service in the uniformed services (Title 38, chap 43 USC). Inquiries regarding reemployment rights should be directed to the U.S.D.L., Veterans Employment & Training Services (801-524-5703) (Utah Code Vol. 3, Section 67 & USERRA federal Uniformed Services Employment & Reemployment Rights Act, as amended.)
Eligibility: Veterans and members of the National Guard and Reserves may be eligible for reemployment with their civilian employers it they meet certain requirements under the Uniformed Services Employment & Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA).

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Veterans Job Representative: Local Veterans Employment Representatives (LVER) and Disabled Veterans Outreach Person (DVOP) are located statewide in the larger employment offices of the Utah Department of Workforce Services. They provide intensive employment related services for targeted Veterans, referral to job opportunities, resume writing, referral letters, Veteran's preference, employment counseling, etc.

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Veteran License Plate: Utah Veteran's license plates may be purchased from any DMV for an initial $25.00 contribution to the Utah State Department of Veterans Affairs plus a $10.00 special plate fee and $10 annual contribution fee, in addition to normal vehicle registration and property tax fees.

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National Guard Plate: Vehicle owners pay a one-time special plate fee of $10 when this plate is issued. There is no annual fee for this plate. This plate is available only to current members of the Utah National Guard as evidenced in documentation to be attached to the registration application. Owners may not use this plate following separation from the Utah National Guard. Owners must register vehicles with new plates upon separation from the Guard. The qualified applicant must be listed on the registration.

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Medical Benefits: Workers Compensation equivalent to State employees.
Eligibility: National Guard Service member's injury occurs while serving on state active duty.

Group Insurance: National Guard Association of Utah offers Term group life insurance with dependent coverage to $50,000 to age 65.
Eligibility: Member of Army National Guard.

Workers Compensation: Workers Compensation equivalent to State employees.
Eligibility: National Guard Service member's injury occurs while serving on state active duty.

Injury/Death Benefits: Relief that the legislature deems proper.
Eligibility: National Guard Service member's injury/death occurs while serving on active Duty.

 

Utah State Veterans Nursing Home: Quality nursing and health care services are provided for Utah Veterans with U.S. military service during peacetime or wartime. While wartime service is not a requirement for admission to the nursing home, wartime Veterans with one day or more of wartime service, as recognized by state and federal laws, have top priority. A Veteran's spouse or surviving spouse may also qualify for admittance to the Utah State Veterans Nursing Home, providing the marriage to the Veteran occurred at least one year before the application. Currently there are two State Veterans Nursing Homes located in Salt Lake City and Ogden and two more are under construction in Ivins and Payson. Contact the Utah Department of Veterans Affairs for more information at either (801) 326-2372 or 1-800-894-9497.

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Utah State Veterans Cemetery and Memorial Park: A Veteran receives complete, professional burial services at no cost to Veteran's Family. The modern 150-seat chapel is the center-piece of the 30 acre memorial cemetery. The administrative building houses military artifacts and other patriotic materials. A Freedom Shrine contains copies of the Constitution, Declaration of Independence, Bill of Rights and other significant historical documents that relate to the founding of our great nation.
Eligibility: The state Veteran's cemetery generally follows the eligibility requirements of VA National Cemetery System, including: any U.S. Armed Forces active personnel dying while performing duty or after having served during wartime. Reservist and National Guard retired personnel with 20 years of service are eligible for burial also. Surviving spouses and dependent children also are eligible to be buried in the Utah State Veterans Cemetery & Memorial Park, under rules established by the state of Utah. (Utah Code Vol. 3, Section 71)

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Burial Benefits: For Veterans who die as a result of a service-connected disability, Families now receive $2,000 for burial and funeral expenses. The Utah Veterans Cemetery Board has voted to install the following fees at the Utah Veterans Memorial Park:

  • Veteran Plot, Opening/Closing, and Marker: No Charge

  • Spouse/Dependent Plot, Opening/Closing, and Marker: $700

  • Saturday Burial: $700 (with approval must be obtained from Cemetery Sexton prior to scheduling)

  • Chapel Rental (2 hours): $125

  • Vault (basic concrete liner): $700

  • Disinterment (casket): $600 - $900

  • Disinterment (cremation): $150

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US Army Reserve Benefits

Retired Military Pay: Up to age 65, individual can deduct up to $4,800 of qualified retirement; $7,500 at age 65 or older. Deductions apply to survivor benefits.

Military Disability Retired Pay: Retirees who entered the military before Sept. 24, 1975, and members receiving disability retirements based on combat injuries or who could receive disability payments from the VA are covered by laws giving disability broad exemption from federal income tax. Most military retired pay based on service-related disabilities also is free from federal income tax, but there is no guarantee of total protection.

Learn more

Veterans Upward Bound (VUB): Veterans Upward Bound specifically serves Veterans who are transitioning from the service into postsecondary education. VUB offers free academic advising, career counseling, testing, and instructional services to eligible Veterans.
Eligibility: Veterans must meet the following eligibility requirements:

  • Veteran must have served at least 181 days active duty; OR

  • Was a member of a reserve component of the Armed Forces called to active duty for a period of more than 30days (at least 31 days) on or after September 11, 2001; OR

  • Was called to active duty for less than 30 days to serve in support of a contingency operation on or after September 11, 2001;

  • AND be one of the following:

    • Potential first-generation college graduate (neither parent graduated from college.

    • Low income

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Military Leave: Utah state, county or municipal government employees are allowed full pay for 15 days of military leave per year for annual military encampment. Military leave is in addition to and distinguished from annual accrued vacation leave with pay.
Eligibility: Service members of the organized Reserve/ National Guard. (Utah Code Vol. 3 Section 67 & USERRA federal Uniformed Services Employment & Reemployment Rights Act.)

Learn More

Veterans Reemployment Rights: Uniformed Services Employment & Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) provides protection against discrimination in employment because of service in the uniformed services (Title 38, chap 43 USC). Inquiries regarding reemployment rights should be directed to the U.S.D.L., Veterans Employment & Training Services (801-524-5703) (Utah Code Vol. 3, Section 67 & USERRA federal Uniformed Services Employment & Reemployment Rights Act, as amended.)
Eligibility: Veterans and members of the National Guard and Reserves may be eligible for reemployment with their civilian employers it they meet certain requirements under the Uniformed Services Employment & Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA).

Learn more

Veterans Job Representative: Local Veterans Employment Representatives (LVER) and Disabled Veterans Outreach Person (DVOP) are located statewide in the larger employment offices of the Utah Department of Workforce Services. They provide intensive employment related services for targeted Veterans, referral to job opportunities, resume writing, referral letters, Veteran's preference, employment counseling, etc.

Learn more

Veteran License Plate: Utah Veteran's license plates may be purchased from any DMV for an initial $25.00 contribution to the Utah State Department of Veterans Affairs plus a $10.00 special plate fee and $10 annual contribution fee, in addition to normal vehicle registration and property tax fees.

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Utah State Veterans Nursing Home: Quality nursing and health care services are provided for Utah Veterans with U.S. military service during peacetime or wartime. While wartime service is not a requirement for admission to the nursing home, wartime Veterans with one day or more of wartime service, as recognized by state and federal laws, have top priority. A Veteran's spouse or surviving spouse may also qualify for admittance to the Utah State Veterans Nursing Home, providing the marriage to the Veteran occurred at least one year before the application. Currently there are two State Veterans Nursing Homes located in Salt Lake City and Ogden and two more are under construction in Ivins and Payson. Contact the Utah Department of Veterans Affairs for more information at either (801) 326-2372 or 1-800-894-9497.

Learn more

Utah State Veterans Cemetery and Memorial Park: A Veteran receives complete, professional burial services at no cost to Veteran's Family. The modern 150-seat chapel is the center-piece of the 30 acre memorial cemetery. The administrative building houses military artifacts and other patriotic materials. A Freedom Shrine contains copies of the Constitution, Declaration of Independence, Bill of Rights and other significant historical documents that relate to the founding of our great nation.
Eligibility: The state Veteran's cemetery generally follows the eligibility requirements of VA National Cemetery System, including: any U.S. Armed Forces active personnel dying while performing duty or after having served during wartime. Reservist and National Guard retired personnel with 20 years of service are eligible for burial also. Surviving spouses and dependent children also are eligible to be buried in the Utah State Veterans Cemetery & Memorial Park, under rules established by the state of Utah. (Utah Code Vol. 3, Section 71)

Learn more

Burial Benefits: For Veterans who die as a result of a service-connected disability, Families now receive $2,000 for burial and funeral expenses. The Utah Veterans Cemetery Board has voted to install the following fees at the Utah Veterans Memorial Park:

  • Veteran Plot, Opening/Closing, and Marker: No Charge

  • Spouse/Dependent Plot, Opening/Closing, and Marker: $700

  • Saturday Burial: $700 (with approval must be obtained from Cemetery Sexton prior to scheduling)

  • Chapel Rental (2 hours): $125

  • Vault (basic concrete liner): $700

  • Disinterment (casket): $600 - $900

  • Disinterment (cremation): $150

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Veterans Administration (VA) Medical Facilities in Utah:

Veterans Health Administration
VA Health Care Center
Salt Lake City: VA Salt Lake City Health Care System, George E. Wahlen Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, 500 Foothill Dr, 801-582-1565

Outpatient Clinic
Moab: Moab VA Telehealth Clinic, 267 North Main St, Suite, 435-719-4144

Community Based Outpatient Clinics
Orem: Orem CBOC, 1443 W 800 N, Suite #302, 801-235-0953
Price: Price CBOC, 189 South 600 West, Suite B, 435-613-0342
Roosevelt: Roosevelt CBOC, 245 West 200 North, 435-725-1050
South Ogden: Ogden CBOC, 982 Chambers St, 801-479-4105
St. George: St. George CBOC, 1067 East Tabernacle, Suite 7, 435- 634-7608
West Valley City: Western Salt Lake CBOC, 2750 South 5600 West, 801-417-5734

Vet Center
Murray: Salt Lake Vet Center, 22 West Fireclay Ave, 801-266-1499
Provo: Provo Vet Center, 1807 No. 1120 West, 801-377-1117
St. George: St. George Vet Center, 1664 South Dixie Dr, Suite C-102, 435-673-4494

Veterans Benefits Administration
Regional Office
Salt Lake City: Salt Lake City Regional Office, 550 Foothill Dr, 800-827-1000

Intake Site
Hill Air Force Base: Hill Air Force Base, Airman Family Readiness Center, 5837 D Ave, Bldg 150

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Resources

http://www.veterans.utah.gov/

http://www2.va.gov/directory/guide/home.asp?isFlash=1

http://www.defense.gov/specials/outreachpublic/ut.html

http://www.retirementliving.com/taxes-new-york-wyoming#UTAH

http://veterans.utah.gov/education/

http://www.nationalguard.com/benefits

http://www.ut.ngb.army.mil/education2/

http://www.ut.ngb.army.mil/benefits/

http://www.weber.edu/vetsupwardbound/

http://www.goang.com/benefits/

http://dmv.utah.gov/license-plates/special-group-plates

http://www.heropaintings.com/aboutpc.html

http://mic3.net/pages/contact/Map/utah.aspx

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Document Review Date: 16 July 2013