VA disability back pay is any money owed to a veteran once his or her compensation application is approved – the allocation of back pay allows the VA to compensate the veteran for all compensation that has accrued since the initial disability claim was submitted.
Veterans often wonder if they have to pay back the severance or separation pay that they received when they got out of the military. The answer to this question depends on the type of severance you received and when.
You may have noticed that in the VA system, 2 + 2 doesn’t seem to equal 4. It can be frustrating to see that in the VA system, 50% + 50% = 75%. Have you ever wondered how the VA comes up with this number?