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raidertone

IU benefit question

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Filed for IU back in December but the va lost my paperwork, shocker I know. Had to resubmit in July. Looks like I got it. Haven't received envelope yet but ebenefits is showing claim closed and va letters were updated. 80% but compensated at 100% and considered total and permanent. Below is a pic of my benefit summary on ebenefits.

Does this mean my family will be eligible for champva and education benefits? Or does that only apply for 100% scheduler? Thanks in advance for any info.

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16 minutes ago, raidertone said:

Filed for IU back in December but the va lost my paperwork, shocker I know. Had to resubmit in July. Looks like I got it. Haven't received envelope yet but ebenefits is showing claim closed and va letters were updated. 80% but compensated at 100% and considered total and permanent. Below is a pic of my benefit summary on ebenefits.

Does this mean my family will be eligible for champva and education benefits? Or does that only apply for 100% scheduler? Thanks in advance for any info.

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Yes, it does.......I am IU PT and my children use chapter 35 and my family has Champva as well.   schedular100% or Iu either one PT gets you those benefits.

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Oh wow, thanks seminoles. I was under the impression it was just for 100% scheduler. What a blessing that will be for us. You totally made my day. :biggrin:

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7 minutes ago, raidertone said:

Oh wow, thanks seminoles. I was under the impression it was just for 100% scheduler. What a blessing that will be for us. You totally made my day. :biggrin:

Make sure you look up any benefits your state has as well, in Florida, we are 100% exempt from all property taxes and my kids get 4 years of in state tuition, on top of their chapter 35 so they can easily graduate debt free!!

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15 minutes ago, raidertone said:

Oh wow, thanks seminoles. I was under the impression it was just for 100% scheduler. What a blessing that will be for us. You totally made my day. :biggrin:

Oh, and you and your dependents get i.d. cards as well :) 

 

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Wow. I gotta do some research on all this stuff. Does that make me eligible for va dental? I know it wouldn't cover dependents but I thought I read somewhere that the veteran can?

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