Governor Youngkin recommits to Virginia vets

Governor Glenn Youngkin repeated his commitment to Virginia’s veterans with the celebration of  the extended tax-exemptions for military retirement pay through Virginia state budget.

After enacting a state tax exemption for military retirement pay in 2022, this expanded benefit will apply to all military retirees regardless of age and takes effect beginning January 1, 2024.

The Governor noted that after commendable years of service and sacrifice, our Virginia veterans deserve the best treatment.

Youngkin went to say he is working to make Virginia the number one state in America for veterans and military retirees to live work and raise a family.

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Valley Health joins Peak Health ownership

Valley Health report announced they are joining West Virginia University Health System, Mountain Health Network, and Marshall Health as an owner of Peak Health.

The mission of this new partnership is to make healthcare more accessible, understandable, and collaborative.

Peak Health currently serves 32,000 WVU Health System employees and their dependents and plans to add 8,000 additional Valley Health employees and dependents by January 1, 2024.

Peak Health will also enter the consumer market in West Virginia that year with low-cost Medicare Advantage Products and services for self-funded employers.

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