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100% Schedular From 80%tdiu-Question


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I was just awarded 100% combined rating(from 80% TDIU)-new claim decision does not say anything re being permanent vs temporary.Am I eligible to do some work and earn some income?what are limitations if any?It also does not state anything re future physical exams etc.Just want to know what the rules are.Thanks to all.

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Have you actually received the BBE from the VA? If you are P & T, the BBE should have included info on Chapter 35 (educational) and Champva (healthcare) benefits for your dependents. Your VA downloadable letters on Ebenefits will indicate if your rating is P & T and if future exams are to be scheduled.

If your rating is for a mental health (PTSD, etc.) disorder, you might jeopardize your rating if you work. Some will disagree with this.

Good luck to you.

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I agree with Georgia on this one bud. I am 100% Schedular with 70% for PTSD, and I would not do anything to risk losing any of my %s. As the old saying goes we worked to hard to get disabled, Lol, just to risk having the VA take it away or reduce our %s. Good luck either way

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Have you actually received the BBE from the VA? If you are P & T, the BBE should have included info on Chapter 35 (educational) and Champva (healthcare) benefits for your dependents. Your VA downloadable letters on Ebenefits will indicate if your rating is P & T and if future exams are to be scheduled.

If your rating is for a mental health (PTSD, etc.) disorder, you might jeopardize your rating if you work. Some will disagree with this.

Good luck to you.

Yes-I have received the final written decision on claims-no-none of this is based on PTSD/or other non physical injuries

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I agree with Georgia on this one bud. I am 100% Schedular with 70% for PTSD, and I would not do anything to risk losing any of my %s. As the old saying goes we worked to hard to get disabled, Lol, just to risk having the VA take it away or reduce our %s. Good luck either way

mine is all based on physical injuries and none of it is based on PTSD( or any psychologically )related issues

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