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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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Tdiu Being Taken Away For Not Sending Taxes


Got letter Im losing my Tdiu for not sending in my taxes for last year. I sent in my No work form but still bieng taken away cause i never send in copy of taxes. I never did my taxes cause i have no incomer bsides va disability. Not sure what to do now...

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You need to ask for a hearing within 30 days to fight this. I have never heard of losing IU because of not paying tax. It does not make sense.

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The letter states i was supposed to send in a copy of my income taxes. i never seen that it wan on the back of a page i never read. I sent in my VC form for not owrking but never sent in a copy of my income tax returns cause i never did them. I guess all i can do is have them donr and send them in but its stupid to do taxes when i never worked. Im not sure what else to do. I will call my County vetrans service officer tommorrow....

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Maybe I did not explain this correctly im sorry if i did not. I recieved the letter back in july to send in my Vcaa letter I think its called But they also wanted a copy of my last years tax returnes I assuming to prove i did not work. Well I did not do my taxes cause i didnt work. I never read that they wanted a copy of my taxes cause it was printed on the back of a page i didnt see.

Until today when i got decision letter they are taking away my iu and dropping me back to 80% effective october 1st 2010 cause i did not send a copy of my last years income taxes to them. Now I dont know if I just send them into them they will reenstate it or not. Anybody heard of this before? Its kinda my mistake cause i should have seen that they wanted them.

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Never have heard of that before........I went 7 years without filing taxes, and only do it now cuz of the wife's job.

Best be getting on the horn with a good rep, or go have a face to face with someone at the RO.

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