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VA Compensation Payment Rates

Special Monthly Compensation - Effective 12/1/07

<A name=BM05>SMCRatePayment variationK$91Usually added to other rate or paid as the rate when percentage is zero.Q$67Paid in place of a rate.

Without ChildrenWith ChildrenSMC-L through SMC-NSMC-L through SMC-NSMC-N 1/2 through SMC-SSMC-N 1/2 through SMC-STo find out how to use these rate tables CLICK HERE

Without Children, SMC-L through SMC-N

Dependent StatusL M NVeteran Alone$3,145$3,307$3,470$3,709$3,948Veteran with Spouse$3,287$3,449$3,612$3,851$4,090Veteran with Spouse and One Parent$3,401$3,563$3,726$3,965$4,204Veteran with Spouse and Two Parents$3,515$3,677$3,840$4,079$4,318Veteran with One Parent$3,259$3,421$3,584$3,823$4,062Veteran with Two Parents$3,373$3,535$3,698$3,937$4,176Additional A/A spouse. See footnote (B)$129$129$129$129$129

Without Children, SMC-N 1/2 through SMC-S

Dependent StatusO/PR.1R.2SVeteran Alone$4,180$4,412$6,305$7,232$2,829Veteran with Spouse$4,322$4,554$6,447$7,374$2,971Veteran with Spouse and One Parent$4,436$4,668$6,561$7,488$3,085Veteran with Spouse and Two Parents$4,550$4,782$6,675$7,602$3,199Veteran with One Parent$4,294$4,526$6,419$7,346$2,943Veteran with Two Parents$4,408$4,640$6,533$7,460$3,057Additional A/A spouse. See footnote (B)$129$129$129$129$129

With Children, SMC-L through SMC-N

Dependent StatusL M NVeteran with Spouse and One Child$3,390$3,552$3,715$3,954$4,193Veteran with One Child$3,241$3,403$3,566$3,805$4,044Veteran with Spouse, One Parent and One Child$3,504$3,666$3,829$4,068$4,307Veteran with Spouse, Two Parents and One Child$3,618$3,780$3,943$4,182$4,421Veteran with One Parent and One Child$3,355$3,517$3,680$3,919$4,158Veteran with Two Parents and One Child$3,469$3,631$3,794$4,033$4,272Add for Each Additional Child Under Age 18. See footnote $71$71$71$71$71Each Additional Schoolchild Over Age 18. See footnote (a)$227$227$227$227$227Additional A/A spouse. See footnote (B)$129$129$129$129$129

With Children, SMC-N 1/2 through SMC-S

Dependent StatusO/PR.1R.2SVeteran with Spouse and One Child$4,425$4,657$6,550$7,477$3,074Veteran with One Child$4,276$4,508$6,401$7,328$2,925Veteran with Spouse, One Parent and One Child$4,539$4,771$6,664$7,591$3,188 Veteran with Spouse, Two Parents and One Child$4,653$4,885$6,778$7,705$3,302Veteran with One Parent and One Child$4,390$4,622$6,515$7,442$3,039Veteran with Two Parents and One Child$4,504$4,736$6,629$7,556$3,153Add for Each Additional Child Under Age 18. See footnote $71$71$71$71$71Each Additional Schoolchild Over Age 18. See footnote (a)$227$227$227$227$227Additional A/A spouse. See footnote (B)$129$129$129$129$129

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My guess is that he retired from the Navy and when he did they gave him direct disability for his wounds and being a former P.O.W. I feel he earned every penny of it and more if you ask me.

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He retired as a Navy Captain an O6 which comes with a high retirement check I doubt if he gets VA compensation if he does it's offset against his retirement and he gets the VA max and the rest from the Navy

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Whatever he gets is not enough. I can't even imagine what those long time prisoners had to endure. To come out of that situation with any of your sanity left is a miracle in itself. He is not my favorite politician but he will always be a hero to me and one person I have the utmost personal respect for. God bless all of those POW's from every war. The ones from the Japanese and Vietamese prisoner of war camps are heroes of the highest caliber to me and paid a personal price to our country that no amount of money will ever make up for. Those particular camps were run by human scum.

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I don't see any reference to what McCain is getting. It looks like a gobbled up copy of the general rate schedules to me.

Go to google & find out if it's true or not.

GARY

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