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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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Thankful To Hadit And Especially To All Its Knowlegeable Members


Id like to say thank-you to pete charlie,and all its knowlegdeable members for thier Expertise in helping me reslove my 33 yrs of issues with the VA. Im the soldier who got hurt @ 17, while on active duty active and spent 2 yrs in the hospital after almost losing my leg. I followed thier advice about having a traumatic service connected injury and after 33 yrs of being unemployable getting nowhere, and surviving on a 60% rating. I found HADIT. I followed thier advice for about a yr now and low and behold from 60%service connected to an increase of 70% for PTSD, several increases of 10% for secondarys and permanant and total disablity inclusive of IU for a 100% rating!!! I can't tell you how Gtateful I am, only to say that may god always bless all of you for your continued, unrelentless efforts to see that every veteran, combat and otherwise recieve All the benifits they may be entitled to.! I also recieved retro in excess of 25.000 and can finally help my family and live financially secure. Again god bless you ALL and i hope to one day to give back a lil support or advice to my fellow soldiers in arms weather on Hadit or a VA hospital or another homeless and forgotten VETERAN!

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Outstanding, great job !!! Enjoy.

Sgt Sandman

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That is wonderful.

Now, before you sit around the house and get depressed (it happens, quite a bit, to those who have spent a long time "fighting the good fight" and suddenly they find themselves with nothing to do and nothing to look forward to) get yourself down to your local VA Medical Center and walk up to the "Volunteer Desk" and report for duty!

You will be twice blessed, trust me.

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33 years wow...that was a lucky # for some

of my kids playing basketball, and finally one for you. So glad you found hadit and the resolution to your long fight. Enjoy fellow service brother, enjoy!

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YIPPEE and Congrats, your stress should be reduced a bit by this.

I want you to keep in mind that the 25K in retro, will really go fast,

spend it WISELY as it doesn't come along often.

Spoil yourself and family a little but try not to go hog wild.

If you can keep you a nice little cushion out of it

that no one else even knows about, maybe just 3 or 4 K.

If you are able - try not to do alot of things that raises your monthly over head

to where you start feeling financially strapped each month.

I have seen quite a few vets that went from about 50 percent

to 100 percent and within a fairly short period of time their retro money

was gone and they had already started living from check to check, sometimes

not even having grocery money for their last week of the month.

This is mainly due to getting a jump in finances and not prioritizing the money right

and not running their households on a budget.

I really don't understand when this happens, even Suze Orman and Donald Trump

run their households on a budget ~ just much bigger than ours.

If you do these things you will have even more of a feeling of security.

Watch out for "friends and relatives" that may come crawling out of the woodwork

and need a secret surgery, but don't have the cash ~ lol.

I'm not trying to boss you around here, it's YOUR money and you may already

know very well how to handle it.

I'm just pointing out what you can do to keep that secure feeling.



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