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I am a 100% disabled Veteran. Service Connected for Cyclical Bi-polar, Major Depressive Disorder w/psychosis.

I am Married and have 2 children ages 3 and 1.

I receive $3007.00 /mo. from the VA

I've been denied twice for SSD benefits.

It took 7 years for me to finally get a 100% rating.

When I finally got it I received 1 years retroactive pay because I had reported a worsening of my symptoms 1 year prior to my last claim at my local VA Clinic. approx. $25,000.00 worth

I get free admission to all State parks.

I get 0 down on home loans with no closing costs to me and a guaranteed low interest rate based on current rates with at least a 620 credit score. (I got 4.5% on a $95,000.00 loan with a 629 Closing on Friday the 15th of July 2011) Whew!

I receive a 100% property tax credit every year. Property Taxes must be escrow-ed and then a tax return must be filed as normal every year to receive the credit. (For me a value of around $3,000.00 a year.)

I and my wife will be able to retire at any Wisconsin Veterans Retirement community when necessary.

My 2 boys will be able to have their Tuition paid for when they go to college. (God forbid any law changes until then)

I squandered my MGIB benefits on an attempt at a degree in Information Technology. :( Nothing left there now.

Vocational Rehab is available but they seem to be sticklers for your career choice. I haven't checked much into it. Also the new 9/11 GI Bill may be worth a gander as well.

I'm learning more as I go. For More info on all benefits Please see....http://dva.state.wi.us/benefits.asp

If you need help buying your first home please feel free to contact me...chad at kennow dot net (<--just trying to avoid spammers) :D

Hope this helped.

Edited by Chad Kennow

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