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    When a Veteran starts considering whether or not to file a VA Disability Claim, there are a lot of questions that he or she tends to ask. Over the last 10 years, the following are the 14 most common basic questions I am asked about ...
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  • Can a 100 percent Disabled Veteran Work and Earn an Income?

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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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ive used this site for many years and you all have championed the cause for VETS. i applaud you and your service to vets......

as a returning user i see that your site is inundated with ads.

your site has become increasingly hard to use over the years do to your constant change.

please remember this site was for vets to learn not spend. i understand that we all like to make money but your site is becoming saturated people.

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Porgee

to be honest with you

Your Rude and Negative & maybe you do have some MH issues & that is understandable.

 If anyone post the wrong information on here that will be corrected by other veterans with more experience and that gives that person that was wrong get more experience...we all don't know everything and no one is perfect.

Hadit is the # 1. Site on the Internet  to get help with the VA Claims Process.....even you should realize that.

We can agree to disagree with each other and still be civil to each other.  name calling your fellow Veteran is not tolerated here on Hadit.

I suggest you think about what you have said here and cool it.

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here's the thing about ads, they pay for the site. the forum by itself without the main blog site costs between 130 - 330 per month depending on how many folks are on the site at one time. currently we've been very popular and so we are paying the higher rate. The blog costs, the podcast costs, the news costs, hosting, internet, taxes, subscriptions, software it adds up. so the ads are a necessary for now.

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@paulcolrain I understand what you are saying and it's always a challenge laying out the ads, the ads pay for the site and as the site grows hosting costs go up. I've set up an ad free option for $5 per month, but that is still out of reach for some of veterans. 

I will work on cutting down the ads. Out of curisioty are the ads that frustrate you on mobile or desktop?  

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Im gonna stick up for TBIRD here.  

It costs money to host this site.  ITS not free.  Its similar to gmail or another free email service.  Yea its free, but you have to look at ads.  

Also, remember, you will be getting ads from your browser also...its hard to tell if the ad is from google or hadit, and it may not even matter, because both are ad supported services.  

This simple answer is to pay 5 bucks a month, and Tbird will delete all ads.  That is cheap.  

You cant have your cake and eat it too.  You cant have "free" and "no ads".  I remember regular television.  

I pay a subscription to netflix and if the show is there, then you can sometimes watch it without ads.  Example:  I like Twilight Zone.  Without ads, the 30 minute show is only 24 minutes.  I can also watch Twilight zone on my "free" tv...but it lasts 30 minutes with 6 minutes (or more!) of ads.  

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thanks for your support @broncovet, I know it's frustrating for some and I continue working on the balance.

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