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Not sure what I am suppose to do? I was told to file for SSDI ASAP...Also told, my annual income can not be more than 10K...I am new to this Law stuff..and have been only retired since 2003...

My letter states: "Your overall or combined rating is 90% effective February 16, 2007, and changes to 100% effective July 28, 2009. Basic eligibility to Dependents' Educational Assistance is established from July 28, 2009.

Letter also states "ENTITLEMENT TO 100% COMBINED EVALUATION BEGINS, CRDP WITHOLDING ENDS."

MEDICAL DESCRIPTION % ASSIGNED EFFECTIVE DATE

Evaluation of Major Depressive Order 50% July 28, 2009

Obstructive Sleep Apnea 50% July 28, 2009

Prurigo Nodularis 60% Feb 16, 2007

Lumbosacral Strain 10% July 28, 2009

Ulcers 20% December, 31 2003

Right Shoulder 30% Dec 31, 2003

LOOKING FOR ANY GUIDANCE OR RECOMMENDATIONS...THX :wacko:

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Not sure what I am suppose to do? I was told to file for SSDI ASAP...Also told, my annual income can not be more than 10K...I am new to this Law stuff..and have been only retired since 2003...

My letter states: "Your overall or combined rating is 90% effective February 16, 2007, and changes to 100% effective July 28, 2009. Basic eligibility to Dependents' Educational Assistance is established from July 28, 2009.

Letter also states "ENTITLEMENT TO 100% COMBINED EVALUATION BEGINS, CRDP WITHOLDING ENDS."

MEDICAL DESCRIPTION % ASSIGNED EFFECTIVE DATE

Evaluation of Major Depressive Order 50% July 28, 2009

Obstructive Sleep Apnea 50% July 28, 2009

Prurigo Nodularis 60% Feb 16, 2007

Lumbosacral Strain 10% July 28, 2009

Ulcers 20% December, 31 2003

Right Shoulder 30% Dec 31, 2003

LOOKING FOR ANY GUIDANCE OR RECOMMENDATIONS...THX :wacko:

JMHO... SSDI and 100% SC VA comp, are like apples and oranges. SSDI limits your income. 100% SC VA Comp. has no $ limits. The phased-in of your CRDP ends when you hit the 100% SC. You will get your full army retirement, without waiting till Dec.31, 2012. Why are you talking about TDIU?????

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