On February 26th you responded to Frank who had a question about deemed military wages, and stated you had never seen a case in which the deemed wages were not used by the SSA in calculating benefits.
In my case I served in the Navy from 1966 to 1971. If I understand the SSA handbook and literature correctly, for this period $300 is added to any wages earned in any calendar quarter while on active duty or on active duty for training (this is what AnyPIA does).
My husband is 43 and 20 yr retired navy veteran .He is at 50% disabled and going up in next few months . He cannot work due to ptsd .I was recieving ssi in amout of 647 but it is now taken because we married. He makes 2728 per month we have 3 minor children .I am 100% disabled .I am 49 will be 50 in dec .Is there any help through VA for my support . Child support is taken out of his retirement leaving us with 866 dollars and 1058 in disabilityafter deduction and everything we take in 1600 amonth net pay ...losing my ssi really hurt . I have MS.
I was active duty U.S.Army from 1973 to 2001. I signed up for Social Security Retirement (January 2017. How can I tell if I'm received the special extra earnings for periods of active duty to be credited to my Social Security earnings record?
I sapposed to get a check from VA because my husband 100% disable do I as his wife weres the check I haven't received one and it been ,year and 1/2 now can I see the spouses money
I'm sorry, but I don't know anything about VA benefits. You'll need to contact the Veterans Administration for information. Here is a link to their website with information on how to contact them: https://www.va.gov/landing2_contact.htm.