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She will telling us about successful claims they have achieved for veterans. I know that success stories bring hope to many of our brothers and sisters including me.

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Does anybody have a question you want us to ask when we have Carrie from Bergmann and Moor on?

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Ask them how many CUE claims they have won and their largest retro award?

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Question:

The earliest effective date, in terms of years.

Example: In 2008 Bergman and Moore assisted a claimant in being granted

SC for XXX with an effective date of March, 1982, day following separation.

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JAB has a good question in Claims Research here:

"My mother receives A&A and it's time to complete the EVR (Eligibility Verification Report). Last year she had to withdraw money from her small non-Roth IRA to pay for home repairs. Of course, it will be reported and taxed on her 1040 return, but should it be counted as income when filling out her EVR?"

I found nothing to really give him a good answer for this.

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She should check with the Institution about taxes they should be able to assist her. Since a ROTH is set up and is tax free I doubt that if she is over withdrawal age that she will have tax consequences.

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