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Post by jay23 on Wed 29 Jun 2016, 18:53

I think this was discussed earlier but I can't remember of find any info?  I'm filling out the new yearly forms and on the ML10E Claimant update form on page 2 where you tell them about all your other sources of benefits, do we have to list our PIA and Supplement amounts?  and if we do will they deduct said amounts?

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Re: SISIP LTD and PIA/Sup

Post by Guest on Wed 29 Jun 2016, 19:05

I'm not sure if you have to list it or not don't recall right now but they are not suppose to deduct it so why bother listing it .

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Post by Trooper on Wed 29 Jun 2016, 19:31

Listing of Monthly income, CPP/CPPD, CFSA, and other.

Yes you need to include the amount of income in the questionnaire, the PIA goes under (other) but don't concern yourself with the individual benefits, just include your Monthly income from VAC, so whatever your total is for VAC, that's what you put in. NOTE: I only include my pension portion of my VAC Monthly income.

No they will not deduct these incomes.

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Post by 1993firebird on Wed 29 Jun 2016, 19:55

I never told SISIP about my monthly VAC disability pension amount and I never will , that was the whole zero sum situation that I was in resulting in a Class Action Law Suit against SISIP neither will I tell them about my VAC PIA / PIAS allowance supplement. I will only tell them my CFSA and CPPD which they need to calculate my SISIP LTD benefit.

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Post by Trooper on Wed 29 Jun 2016, 20:08

Once or twice I left out my VAC income from the forms, they did not contact me about it.

The last one I did, I did include it.
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Post by Guest on Wed 29 Jun 2016, 20:34

I give them nothing they don't need . had to do their job for them twice before so ill be fracked if I'm going to put down something they could frack up and start making deductions on just so I would have to go through months of BS just to straighten out their frack up .

boys if they don't need it I suggest you don't put it down right or wrong because all people are different and if you get an idiot doing your calculations well you just might wind up with idiotic calculations .

ya see I said they are not SUPPOSE to deduct them I said it that way for a reason . I sure as crap wasn't going to say they WILL NOT deduct them because with these guys ya just never know .

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Post by jay23 on Wed 29 Jun 2016, 20:37

I'm not going to put it but really hope this does not come back to bite us, I'm guessing they are not legally required to deduct our PIA/Sup and if so I'm not going to worry or put it on the paperwork.

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Post by Guest on Wed 29 Jun 2016, 20:41

no legally they are not suppose to deduct it .

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Post by Rifleman on Wed 29 Jun 2016, 21:16

I have never put my pla/supp down and never had a problem I'm with Propat on this one

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Re: SISIP LTD and PIA/Sup

Post by LawnBoy77777 on Thu 18 Aug 2016, 13:22

Might seem picky but I have Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder (anal retentiveness, I like accuracy) & VAC does not pay "income." They pay DAMAGES in Tort, like the old Pension Act pension (Sarvanis SCC 2002). SISIP LTD, on the other hand, is not income either. It is insurance proceeds paid in contract based on the premium paid to underwrite the risk of disability. As such, it has to be tax free. Both, actually. I have a group for Tax Free benefits, check it out. I wrote 19 tax guides & prepared form letters.

PIA is an economic damage award to Compensate for loss of promotions & seniority (movement within a rank)
PIS is economic damages to Compensate for being unable to work (CPPD level disability)

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Post by pinger on Thu 18 Aug 2016, 17:12

Aside from that sisip update form...

Paybacks are a bxxxh.
So with the various $ benefits I receive, contacted VaC to be certain there is ABSOLUTELY NO $ CONFLICT BETWEEN ANY (ALL) OF THEM.

Nothings going to bite me in the butt short of my memory. It ain't selective, it's just real bad.
Perhaps that's really the case with some horror stories akin to double-dipping?
Someone... can't think straight or a significant other is approved for something else?

And then it all goes to hell in a handbasket sooner... or later.

Just 2 cents...
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Post by LawnBoy77777 on Thu 18 Aug 2016, 17:15

Pinger, you are supposed to get:

DA + ELB + PIA + PIAS + CF pension + CPP with no set offs as most of these are bought

They lie when they say they can clawback

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Post by LawnBoy77777 on Mon 22 Aug 2016, 17:22

I called Vet Privacy coordinator today to try & get Privacy used as a way to get them to notice that they cannot take our property:

1. We have the right to Privacy:
2. Under the Pension Act pension, there was no need for VAC to know of CF pension or CPP;
3. Pensions are savings, akin to RRSPs, money saved until retirement;
4. CFSA s. 83 & s 83(c) + FAA s. 21 & s. 67 prohibit them from taking the CF pension but they ignore it. Similar laws for CPP;
Why does VAC need to know about the money I saved for retirement? It cannot take them, in common law. Do they want to look at what they cannot take into account? Are they masochists?

The agent said she will

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Post by 1993firebird on Mon 22 Aug 2016, 19:11

I get CFSA , VAC ELB / SISIP LTD , VAC PIA / PIAS , VAC Disability Pension and CPPD. CFSA was clawbacked by CPPD , VAC ELB was clawed back by SISIP LTD and SISIP LTD was clawed back by CPPD.
What the hell did I just say? LOL

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Post by LawnBoy77777 on Sun 28 Aug 2016, 19:13

Firebird, it gets confusing doesn't it.

They can't take anything. Simpler, isn't it?

Out of all those you mentioned, the only Indemnity for loss you got was the Pension Act pension as it is based on an event that you get paid for to Compensate you for injury or loss.

Were you screwed by having to repay more than you got in CPPD?

I lost $25,000.

I spoke to another vet recently that lost $5,000 when they repaid $10,000 to SISIP & $5,000 to CF pension when they only got $10,000! Talk about a scam.

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