Bergen County American Legion
The American Legion’s “Buddy Check” program has been a great tool for our membership, and we were proud to draft legislation that expands this program to VA. The Senate has approved legislation that would make this a national program. Now, let’s make sure the House follows suit. If our Representatives
Legionnaires, This is the bill Victor mentioned at our last county meeting. We need to support this bill as a County. Tks A5429, the Assembly bill that will give disabled veterans an addition percentage discount on their NJ property tax bill based on their percentage of disability. 25% from the VA,
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INDIANAPOLIS (March 16, 2021) – American Legion Buddy Check programs have assisted thousands of veterans and their families – especially during the COVID-19 pandemic – since their inception in March 2019. By June 2020, more than 3,600 American Legion posts reported Buddy Check activities during the membership year, and thousands
TRAINING WILL CARRY US INTO THE 21st CENTURY Stephen T. Weismann (TN) Past Department Commander Training. As innocuous as this word should be, it never ceases to amaze me how many different responses it garners from our Legionnaires: excitement, fear, anticipation and indignation. It brings every emotion to the table.
Legionnaires, Smaller Bergen County American Legion posts and American Auxiliary units whose annual gross receipts are normally $50,000 or less and choose not to file IRS Forms 990 or 990-EZ instead, stand to lose their tax-exempt status if they have not filed IRS Form 990N. with the Internal Revenue Service by the 15th