VA disability benefits are determined by an evaluation of how disabled a veteran is. The VA rates disability levels on a scale of zero percent disabled to 100 percent disabled, using increments of 10 percent. Veterans th... More »

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The Social Security Administration uses amounts paid into Social Security by workers in determining benefits workers qualify for at retirement age of 62 or older. For those filing for disability, a complicated calculatio... More »

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In order to determine SSI disability benefits, follow the step-by-step instructions process offered on the Social Security Administration's Disability Planner webpage. Once eligibility for SSI benefits is determined, a b... More »

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Veterans who receive VA compensation for a disability incurred during service and surviving spouses of veterans who die during service are exempt from the VA funding fee. This includes disabled veterans who receive retir... More »

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The eligibility requirements for Veterans' Administration, or VA, benefits include having prior service in the armed forces and receiving a non-dishonorable discharge or release, states the VA. Current and prior members ... More »

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Benefits for veterans with disabilities include service-connected disability compensation, United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) pension, concurrent retirement and disability payments, combat-related special ... More »

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Veterans qualify for VA disability benefits if they have a disability that they incurred or aggravated during military training or service, reports the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. To receive benefits, they must ... More »

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