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  • Can a 100 percent Disabled Veteran Work and Earn an Income?

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    You’ve just been rated 100% disabled by the Veterans Affairs. After the excitement of finally having the rating you deserve wears off, you start asking questions. One of the first questions that you might ask is this: It’s a legitimate question – rare is the Veteran that finds themselves sitting on the couch eating bon-bons … Continue reading

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I’m 60% SC for ruptured sphincter muscle and 50% SC for mood disorder with a combined of 90%, I’m currently working but, having a difficult time, I want to put in for IU but I’m afraid to quit my job, I need my income with a family of 8, any suggestions? I’m willing to listen.

Thanks,

Allison

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I’m 60% SC for ruptured sphincter muscle  and 50% SC for mood disorder  with a combined of 90%, I’m currently working but, having a difficult time, I want to put in for IU but I’m afraid to quit my job, I need my income with a family of 8, any suggestions? I’m willing to listen.

Thanks,

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Is it possible to take a disability retirement from your job. It is hard to get IU if you are working above the poverty level. Does you job offer any group disability insurance policy? Sometimes you can sneak into these plans without a physical.

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Is it possible to take a disability retirement from your job.  It is hard to get IU if you are working above the poverty level. Does you job offer any group disability insurance policy?  Sometimes you can sneak into these plans without a physical.

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No I would not be able to take disability retirement, I’ve only been with this job for 2yrs, I retired from the Army in 2000, I did VOCREHAB and received my AAS in 2003, and started working, my job is aggravating my disabilities and I really need to quit.

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No I would not be able to take disability retirement, I’ve only been with this job for 2yrs, I retired from the Army in 2000, I did VOCREHAB and received my AAS in 2003, and started working, my job is aggravating my disabilities and I really need to quit.

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You know your finances, but you are already 90 % so you could get IU fairly easy, have you checked with social security to see what you would be entitled to, also if you have lil ones they would also get a check.

Do you work for a private company?

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You know your finances, but you are already 90 % so you  could get IU fairly easy, have you checked with social security to see what you would be entitled to, also if you have lil ones they would also get a check.

Do you work for a private company?

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