@cdb3083 Yes, there are several of us that have been through the PDBR process. If you received severance pay, and it has not been recouped in full, as of your change in status, the VA will continue to recoup the debt. The downside of the status change, is that fact that your severance debt will increase to the Gross Amount, versus the Net Amount, which you previously owed to the VA. However, this will likely be offset, and it is possible, after the audit has been completed by DFAS, and the VA, you may owe any additional monies.Has anyone recieved retro pay from doing your Pdbr and if so did they recoup the severace pay from your retro pay? In the process just trying figure out if and what i will be due if any. Thanks for any help in advance.
I will try to answer this as simple as possible.What i am asking is did you AvnSgt recieve back pay to the date you wer medically separated and from the back pay did they deduct your severance pay? Or did they keep recouping it from the va?
Yes, but to draw CRDP, you my not only be rated for unemployability, but you must also meet the secondary condition of 20 years of service, or have a TERA letter.Ok going to take a shot here but i have done research on this site as well. Have you looked in to CRDP it allows you to draw both your pays and it has a section in it for people who are individual unemployability just a thought but from what i have read i think i am probably eligble for both. Any enlightenment is greatly appreciated. And if i am being a hassle just let me know.
You must be a Retiree, other than solely by disability. So, it precludes Chapter 61 Retirees from getting CRDP.
- you are a disability retiree who earned entitlement to retired pay under any provision of law other than solely by disability, and you have a VA disability rating of 50 percent or greater. You might become eligible for CRDP at the time you would have become eligible for retired pay. The way this reads we would be eligible because we received this through the law passed for the Wounded warrior Act of 2008
I am sorry. I know it sucks. There have been several bills in the House, and Senate to change this unjust act. However, those bills have never been successful at getting through committee. There was even a petition on Change.org at one time to get our Representatives to take action, but this failed as well.K you have been a big help
Yes to Dcmd124.Just a quick chime in: Since you mention you are collecting SSDI. In order to keep / get your Tricare benefits you must purchase Medicare Part B. There is no way around that. Congrats on getting a retirement.