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Can You Work If You're 100%

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Can you work even if you're 100%? Not from PTSD. Say a Professional job like a Lawyer, Doctor or Accountant? Those jobs are physically not demanding.

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100% SC VA yes, 100% SSDI NO!(in general)

Can you work even if you're 100%? Not from PTSD. Say a Professional job like a Lawyer, Doctor or Accountant? Those jobs are physically not demanding.
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You can work if you are 100% scheduler with the VA.

If you are IU or TDIU you are deemed by the VA as not able to work and therefore you cannot work.

As far as I am aware, the SSDI has a monthly income limit of around $800, unless you are granted benefits because you are blind- then there is no income limit.

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