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If you have insured status for Social Security disability and can prove that your combined impairments preclude working at any kind of a job, then taking classes online will not make you ineligible for the benefits. It sounds like you have a commendable plan for your future.
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My colleague is correct - it sounds like you have agood plan. Make sure you are getting all the VA benefits you are due as well - you can collect VA Compensation (service connected benefits) AND collect your Social Sceurity benefits too.
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I agree with my colleagues and commend you for pursuing your educational goals. Best of luck to you.
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