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After our Nov. 19 WISE Webinar, "Ticket to Work for America's Veterans: Free Services for Those Who Served," we answered your disability employment-related questions on our Facebook page. We replied to a range of questions about the Ticket to Work program, Work Incentives and the path to financial independence for veterans and others with disabilities. Read more...

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Your Questions Answered! Nov. 19 Facebook Questions & Answers (Q&A) Transcript

Dec 23, 2014

Military boots and work dress shoes

After our Nov. 19 WISE Webinar, "Ticket to Work for America's Veterans: Free Services for Those Who Served," we answered your disability employment-related questions on our Facebook page. We replied to a range of questions about the Ticket to Work program, Work Incentives and the path to financial independence for veterans and others with disabilities. Thank you to all who joined and we hope to see the rest of you next time!

Follow us on Facebook (http://facebook.com/choosework) to receive notices of future events. If you are interested in work and want to talk to someone about your situation now, contact a Ticket to Work representative at 1-866-968-7842 (V) or 1-866-833-2967 (TTY) or find a service provider using our Find Help tool.

Review questions and answers from the Nov. 19 Facebook Q&A in this PDF.

Below are acronyms used throughout the transcript:

EN: Employment Network

HR: Human Resources

IDA: Individual Development Account

OJRV: Operation: Job Ready Vets

PASS: Plan to Achieve Self-Support

SCORES: Service Corps of Retired Executives

SSDI: Social Security Disability Insurance

SSI: Supplemental Security Income

TTW: Ticket to Work

VA: U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

VR: Vocational Rehabilitation Agency

WIPA: Work Incentives Planning & Assistance

WISE (webinar): Work Incentives Seminar Event