Veterans are eligible to receive both TDIU and SSDI benefits. Make sure you know the different requirements for each.
Veterans receiving VA unemployability benefits can still work under certain circumstances. This article describes what the VA considers marginal employment.
A veteran can receive Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) alongside total disability based on individual unemployability (TDIU) benefits. The Social Security Administration (SSA) and the VA work independently of one another, meaning that a decision from one agency will not impact the other. Also, the amount veterans receive in SSDI benefits will not be reduced […]
The 21-4140 form is a form that the VA uses to confirm the employment status of veterans receiving total disability based on individual unemployability (TDIU). TDIU benefits are determined by whether the veteran can maintain substantially gainful employment. That means the VA will only continue these benefits as long as the veteran’s employability status does […]
Veterans with a 100% combined VA rating can continue working while veterans with a 100% rating for a single condition or a TDIU rating are unable to work. Keep reading to learn more about this often misunderstood topic.
Find out if you can collect Social Security retirement payments and VA disability compensation and other VA benefits at the same time.