Posted on Apr 28, 2017
SPC Jeff Hogan, M.S., M.P.S.
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CW3 Kevin Storm
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The smart thing if to file for everything and get one assessment. Keep in mind some things can be lumped together and not increase anything. Instead of worrying about getting 100 percent worry about getting the problems you have corrected. This most likely would not be the best place on how to get a 100% rating so you can get a tax discount. Some people with real 100% ratings from limb loss or other catastrophic loss might be more than a little offended.
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SPC Jeff Hogan, M.S., M.P.S.
SPC Jeff Hogan, M.S., M.P.S.
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that's why I wondered. Since I already have 50% would trying to add more things even really make a difference. I"m not sure what the criteria would be to be considered 100%.

I guess my question is for those of you with PTSD -- how much of a percentage is it? And if they gave me 50% for PTSD I know its not simple math and that wouldn't mean I'd be 100%
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SSG Trevor S.
SSG Trevor S.
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I'm not mad at SPC Jeff Hogan, M.S., M.P.S. for attaining a rating. I am angry at the VA for low balling mine and other Veteran's ratings.
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SPC Jeff Hogan, M.S., M.P.S.
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I'm able to work and have kept the same job for 10 years. I'm just not sure if my disability would increase. If I'm somehow able to get 100% I'd get a property tax exemption which would be nice.
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SGT Beau Thomas
SGT Beau Thomas
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The property tax exemption in most states isn't barely noticeable but better than nothing. For example, Texas gives a $12,000 exemption of the value of your home. So for a $100,000 home, you pay taxes as if it were valued at $88,000. So you still have to pay 88% of your property taxes
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SPC Jeff Hogan, M.S., M.P.S.
SPC Jeff Hogan, M.S., M.P.S.
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here in Florida its a complete exemption. I do get $5,000 for being more than 10%; but, that is all. However, if you are 100% disabled then it's 100% deduction.
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SSG Mike Buchinski
SSG Mike Buchinski
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In Florida for instance, if you have a 70% service connected disability, you'll receive a deduction of 70% off your property tax bill. I believe if a vet has 30% or less, they'll receive 5k off the assessment. Check with the Property Appraisers Office at the county.
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Cpl Levern Gordon
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I’ve been trying to prove my case for PTSD claim . I don’t know what the problem is. Doc. Says that this is the case. I need help !
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