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Buck52

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Hello ,

I am currently receiving TDIU been receiving it for 13years now, I applied for SS disability when I got my award with tdiu, but was denied several times..so over the past 13 years just been drawing tdiu ,my wife still works..my question is can or should I apply for my SS retirement beings I turn 63 on my next birthday... will the VA take away my tdiu....I Have not worked since 1999 Due to my disability's which acured while in the service..took me 3years fighting with the VA was awarded TDIU with P&T in 2003

Thank You All in Advance...IAppreciate you guys

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I don't think the social security retirement will have any effect on your TDIU. I am 100% P &T and draw social security retirement along with federal CSRS retirement.

Good luck to you.

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I was wondering does TDIU

stop when you apply for SS..maybe that would be a better question.

Thank You all in Advance

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Thank You Both..I Appreciate the info....&Thank You for your sacrifice and service to our great country!

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