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I have been lurking for a lil bit now and have noticed everyone's % of compensation from none like I am to 140% or so, my question is , what happens after you get 100% is there more pay involved? more benefits? I am just wondering because I have seen others with %'s over 100 just want to know what else is involved. thanks

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That is when the SMC rates begin for example I have one that is 100% for my heart and other ratings for my back, knees, shoulder that combine to 60%. That qualifies me for Housebound which pays about $300 or so above the 100% rate.

I have been lurking for a lil bit now and have noticed everyone's % of compensation from none like I am to 140% or so, my question is , what happens after you get 100% is there more pay involved? more benefits? I am just wondering because I have seen others with %'s over 100 just want to know what else is involved. thanks
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One single disability at 100 percent plus a combination of additional disabilities at 60 or the VA calls it 100 plus 60 for a rate of SMC S.

Or a housebound rating.

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