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Audit Error Worksheet?


Hi fellow vets, I received an iris a and confused to whether a AEW is a good or bad thing. Below is the message... I am a length of service retiree.

You may be eligible for full or partial concurrent receipt of VA compensation and military retired pay under the Combat-Related Special Compensation (CRSC) and/or Concurrent Retired and Disability Pay (CRDP) programs. Your retired pay center (RPC) has been notified of this award of VA compensation. If your RPC determines the withholdings from your VA compensation should be retroactively adjusted due to CRSC/CRDP eligibility; VA will be notified and will adjust your VA compensation accordingly.

The Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) handles the processing of these cases, which are being worked in the order of oldest to newest. Currently, DFAS is reviewing retirees’ records to identify records with possible payments due. When they identify a record that meets the criteria for possible payment, they issue an Audit Error Worksheet (AEW) to VA, who will then review the AEW and the Veterans claims folder to determine if payment is due. If payment is due, VA will send the payment and a letter with the breakdown of payment. If the Veteran is not due a payment, VA will issue a notice explaining why the Veteran is not entitled. The Veteran does not have to submit anything for this process.

Our records indicate that we received your AEW on September 18, 2012, and a claim was opened to review and process this document. Once completed, you will be notified via U.S. mail of the results.

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If you are eligible for CRDP or CRSC ,I feel this audit is certainly a good thing. VA is doing their job.

We have considerable info here under a hadit search under CRDP CRSC.

If you are eligible for both of these programs, (they only pay for one program) you can pick the one most favorable to you.

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