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RELATED: Veterans Should Be Nervous About Upcoming VA Cuts Yesterday, the White House put out its annual budget calling for, among other things, totally severing benefits payments for severely disabled elderly veterans who jointly receive Total Disability Individual Unemployability (TDIU) and Social Security.

The cut is intended to sever TDIU benefits once the veteran starts receiving Social Security.

READ: President Donald Trump Budget Proposal The proposed cuts affect elderly veterans receiving Total Disability Individual Unemployability benefits due to the severity of their disability.

The argument for this cut is that these senior citizens would be eligible for Social Security retirement benefits at age 65.Veterans receiving TDIU benefits do not pay into the Social Security fund and would not be entitled to Social Security retirement funds.VA plans to use the funds to finance agency improvements related to health care. The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has repeatedly proposed cuts to TDIU benefits.Veterans affected will receive between

The argument for this cut is that these senior citizens would be eligible for Social Security retirement benefits at age 65.

Veterans receiving TDIU benefits do not pay into the Social Security fund and would not be entitled to Social Security retirement funds.

VA plans to use the funds to finance agency improvements related to health care. The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has repeatedly proposed cuts to TDIU benefits.

Veterans affected will receive between $1,200 to $1,500 less per month, on average.

The language of the budget proposal makes no adjustment for severely disabled veterans unable to receive full Social Security because they were too disabled to work due to injury while in the military.

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The argument for this cut is that these senior citizens would be eligible for Social Security retirement benefits at age 65.Veterans receiving TDIU benefits do not pay into the Social Security fund and would not be entitled to Social Security retirement funds.VA plans to use the funds to finance agency improvements related to health care. The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has repeatedly proposed cuts to TDIU benefits.Veterans affected will receive between $1,200 to $1,500 less per month, on average.The language of the budget proposal makes no adjustment for severely disabled veterans unable to receive full Social Security because they were too disabled to work due to injury while in the military.– New York Veterans Job Fair – Job fair announcement.

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The argument for this cut is that these senior citizens would be eligible for Social Security retirement benefits at age 65.

Veterans receiving TDIU benefits do not pay into the Social Security fund and would not be entitled to Social Security retirement funds.

VA plans to use the funds to finance agency improvements related to health care. The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has repeatedly proposed cuts to TDIU benefits.

Veterans affected will receive between $1,200 to $1,500 less per month, on average.

The language of the budget proposal makes no adjustment for severely disabled veterans unable to receive full Social Security because they were too disabled to work due to injury while in the military.

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The argument for this cut is that these senior citizens would be eligible for Social Security retirement benefits at age 65.Veterans receiving TDIU benefits do not pay into the Social Security fund and would not be entitled to Social Security retirement funds.VA plans to use the funds to finance agency improvements related to health care. The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has repeatedly proposed cuts to TDIU benefits.Veterans affected will receive between $1,200 to $1,500 less per month, on average.The language of the budget proposal makes no adjustment for severely disabled veterans unable to receive full Social Security because they were too disabled to work due to injury while in the military.– New York Veterans Job Fair – Job fair announcement.

,500 less per month, on average.The language of the budget proposal makes no adjustment for severely disabled veterans unable to receive full Social Security because they were too disabled to work due to injury while in the military.– New York Veterans Job Fair – Job fair announcement.