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Disability Pay Non-taxible?

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wayne

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Maybe I missed something in translation but in my letter from the VA says they subtracted 200.00 from my disability pay, added it to my little retirement pay said it'll be combined in one check and all be taxed. If anyone understands this could you please explain it to me.

Wayne

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What is your retirement pay from? I would certainly ask for an explanation as to why they would do such a thing. I am not sure that they can tax any part of a disability check, no matter what they put it with, but this sounds like something you might take up with a service officer, to help explain or get to the bottom of it for you.

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Maybe I missed something in translation but in my letter from the VA says they subtracted 200.00 from my disability pay, added it to my little retirement pay said it'll be combined in one check and all be taxed. If anyone understands this could you please explain it to me.

Wayne

Wayne it all depens are you drawying Concurrent receipt? If you are it sounds like you are retired at the 60 percent level. The VA check is tax-free but the Concurrent receipt is tax at 10 percent. Any questions feel free to ask I am a military retiree in the same boat.

Jim

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