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Well looked at MYPAY site today and states CRDP effective 1 May 15--however "due to recent interpretation of CRDP poilicy all payment regardless of amount will be rounded DOWN to nearest dollar". My VA amount was $XXX9.92 so they chopped off the cents and left it at 9--what kind of rounding is that? Has anyone heard of this. I know it only 92 cents but over a lifetime???

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Too be honest...I would not sweat the small stuff...Go and enjoy your retirement and your disability compensation......

Losing .92 for the next 50 years (don't know how old you are) only amounts to $552...Not really worth stressing over...

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I just found it very funny. And 1 more thing, if anyone draws a retirement from any other organization (state local municipal or private sector ) they do NOT get their VA disability reduced by even 1 penny. Only the military retirees have this REDUCTION of their disability. So I do not get 100% compensation I get 99.992%--does not matter one could say, until you read state law as I just found out. "only veterans receiving disability pay at THE 100% level shall receive a exemption from state property tax ans subsequent refund of all taxes paid". As Paul Harvey would say, "and now you, the rest of the story"

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