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Miken2c74

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I finally made to 100% P&T, I can tell you Hadit and it's contributors helped me out a lot. Thank you. Have to relax a little while. It is has been a long engagement dealing with VA but I did it and did it "alone". 

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Congrats, brother. Long and winding road for sure. If you get a sizeable $ grant, pay some bills and put most away until the dust settles. Again, congrats!

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Congratulations!  Dont forget the extra bennies when you become 100 percent.  

Many of these are through your state.  Some examples:

..property tax bennies for 100 percent p and t.  My state waives the first $45,000 in assessed property value.  

..Some states offer free license plates to P and T Vets, free camping, free drivers license, hunting license, fishing license etc.  

   Significantly, if you were broke, like me, before you got your bennies, I could not pay my copays at VA.  

  (The took them out of tax refund checks).  So, I went down to my VA and took my award letter and they refunded about 600 dollars of copays/deductables on meds!  

     Be sure to go to your state's Veterans website to look for those bennies. 

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5 hours ago, GBArmy said:

Congrats, brother. Long and winding road for sure. If you get a sizeable $ grant, pay some bills and put most away until the dust settles. Again, congrats!

When  I received a recent large award you ask me "TO DONATE "!!!!!!!! that I was happy to do. 

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Miken already knows; we should all support the site, as he has and just as both you and I have. We should remind people of that too!

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Well I  congratulate you, but I am sure its not a club most of us want to belong too.

Now that you have won the war, take a break, relax and enjoy life to its fullest.... 

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It is a long, hard slog to get 100%.  Invest some of that retro and enjoy the rest.  If you have a pile of dollars to cushion your fall it is a nice feeling.  When you need a new roof or your car blows up you can replace it without debt.  If you own your house and car you can live on VA money IMO.  You wife and kids get ChampVA and VA must take care of you even if you end up in a nursing home.

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Miken Congrats to you rother. I followed your struggle over the years, it's been hard and stressful sometimes, but you made it! I would suggest that you don't make any major expenditures for a while; let things settle first. That sad, we also hope you can hang in there and offer advice to others on their own journeys.

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