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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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I have a question. I read on here, if you receive ch. 35 benefits you are p&t. Do you have to send in the employee questionnaire form every year if you are p&t? Can someone please explain this to me a little cause I'm confused at how I lost my 100% cause VA says I didn't send in that form. I've never sent one in any year before and I've never been told I had to. I've to this day never received one in the mail either. Are you required to send them if you are p&t?

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Usually the VA will send you a form to Fill out yearly, but as Berta has said on here before, just go ahead and atleast one a year send in that form, whether they say the VA needs it or not. One thing a friend to me when I started this whole Disability stuff, " No one cares more about our money, but us ". The VA loves to reduce us for anything, even when it is their fault, yet we have to fight for every penny they owe us. Take care and hope this helps, and keep us posted.

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I would say anyone who is TDIU and receiving the 100% pay rate should fill one out and submit it yearly. It is the VA's duty to send you the form, however since the VA has the expectation of regularity, I wouldn't rely on them sending the form to you. I would keep a stack of the forms in my file cabinet, and submit one every oct/nov, just to be on the safe side. jmo


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I send in a employment questionnaire every year via certified mail. I am going to do that this week now that you mention it. I am P&T but I still send in the form until I hit age 70 or I actually get 100 Schedular somehow.


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