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Yes unless its 100% Mental. Not a good idea the VA checks earnings with Social Security.

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Yes, depending on what the 100% rating(s) is for. Usually 100% for PTSD includes the inability to stay employed or hold down gainful employment. If TDIU, definitely inadvisable. But for physical injuries/illnesses one can work. If you can work you can always try but you'll probably be reduced, if successful.

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Can someone be rated at 100% and still work?
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100% Mental you wouldn't be able to hold a job

100% TDIU no you are being paid 100% because you are unemployable

100% Physical disabilities, yes, i believe senator max cleland is a 100% physical veteran and a former senator. Alex Humphries (God Rest His Soul) was a 100% physical and still practiced law.

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