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calicokid

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I am currently at 60%, I have some new conditions and Im going for 100%. I am still working but its becoming increasing difficult, If I get 100% I am going to retire.

Does the money I make have anythng to do with compensation? I am a factory worker--could they deny me because I make too much? Is there a phamplet or rules to read on this matter? There are so many veterans now I am worried this process could take a year, maybe I cant make it another year--I just dont know.

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Calicokid,

"could they deny me because I make too much?"

No, but the fact that you're still working can be an issue.

Here's some info on TDIU: My link

Also, have you considered SSDI?

You'll want to apply for that when you quit working, but the rules are different.

Others will chime but I also suggest you search the forums on TDIU.

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