There are three categories of Onset Dates that could apply.
Musculoskeletal Major dysfunction of a joint(s) (due to any cause)Reconstructive surgery or surgical arthrodesis of a major weight-bearing joint Disorders of the spine Amputation (due to any cause)Fracture of the femur, tibia, pelvis, or one or more of the tarsal bones Fracture of an upper extremity Soft tissue injury (e.g., burns)Special Senses and Speech Loss of visual acuity Contraction of the visual fields in the better eye Loss of visual efficiency Disturbance of labyrinthine-vestibular function Loss of speech Hearing loss not treated with cochlear implantation Hearing loss treated with cochlear implantation Respiratory System Chronic pulmonary insufficiency Asthma Cystic Fibrosis Pneumoconiosis Bronchiectasis Mycobacterial, mycotic, and other chronic persistent infections of the lung Cor pulmonale secondary to chronic pulmonary vascular hypertension Sleep-related breathing disorders Lung transplant Skin Disorders Ichthyosis Bullous disease Chronic infections of the skin or mucous membranes Dermatitis Hidradenitis Suppurativa Genetic photosensitivity disorders Burns Endocrine System Thyroid disorders Hyper-parathyroidism Hypo-parathyroidism Neurohypophyseal insufficiency (diabetes insipidus)Hyperfunction of the adrenal cortex Diabetes Mellitus Impairments That Affect Multiple Body Systems Non-mosaic Down syndrome Neurological Epilepsy - convulsive epilepsy,(grand mal or psychomotor)Epilepsy - nonconvulsive epilepsy (petit mal, psychomotor, or focal)Central nervous system vascular accident Brain tumors Parkinsonian Syndrome Cerebral Palsy Spinal cord or nerve root lesions, due to any cause Multiple Sclerosis Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Anterior Poliomyelitis Myasthenia Gravis Muscular Dystrophy Peripheral neuropathies Subacute combined cord degeneration (pernicious anemia) with disorganization of motor function Degenerative disease not listed elsewhere, such as Huntington's Chorea, Friedreich's ataxia, and spino-cerebellar degeneration Cerebral trauma Syringomyelia Malignant Neoplastic Diseases Soft tissue tumors of the head and neck Skin Soft tissue sarcoma Lymphoma Leukemia Multiple myeloma Salivary glands Thyroid gland Breast Skeletal system--sarcoma Maxilla, orbit or temporal fossa Nervous system Lungs Pleura or mediastinum Esophagus or stomach Small intestine Large intestine Liver or gallbladder Pancreas Kidneys, adrenal glands, or ureters--carcinoma Urinary bladder--carcinoma Cancers of the female genital tract--carcinoma or sarcoma Prostate gland-- Carcinoma Testicles Penis Primary Site Unknown Malignant neoplastic diseases treated by bone marrow or stem cell transplantation Cardiovascular System Chronic heart failure Ischemic heart disease Recurrent arrhythmias Symptomatic congenital heart disease Heart transplant Aneurysm of aorta or major branches Chronic venous insufficiency Peripheral arterial disease Digestive System Gastrointestinal hemorrhaging from any cause, requiring blood transfusion Chronic liver disease Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)Short bowel syndrome (SBS)Weight Loss due to any digestive disorder Liver transplant Genitourinary Impairment of Renal function Nephrotic syndrome, with anasarca, persistent for at least 3 months despite prescribed therapy Hematological Disorders Chronic anemia Sickle cell disease, or one of its variants Chronic thrombocytopenia (due to any cause)Hereditary telangiectasia Coagulation defects (hemophilia or a similar disorder)Polycythemia vera (with erythrocytosis, splenomegaly, and leukocytosis or thrombocytosis)Myelofibrosis (myeloproliferative syndrome)Chronic granulocytopenia (due to any cause)Aplastic anemias with bone marrow or stem cell transplantation.
For instance, many recognize that Medicare provides hospital and medical insurance benefits.
These federal programs also provide benefits to permanently disabled workers.
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What many do not realize is that this is a contribution made by an employee and an employer to fund Social Security and Medicare.
These federal programs are familiar to most as there to provide benefits for retirees, the disabled, and survivors of deceased workers.
Such exemptions shall be allowed and prorated by the assessor for the remainder of any taxable year from the date the claimant shall have acquired title to the real property intended to be exempt by Where a portion of a multiple-family building or structure occupied by the claimant is the subject of such exemption, the assessor shall aggregate the assessment on the lot or curtilage and building or structure and allow an exemption of that percentage of the aggregate assessment as the value of the portion of the building or structure occupied by the claimant bears to the value of the entire building or structure. The governing body of each municipality, by appropriate resolution, may also return to the veteran or the veterans surviving spouse all property tax payments made since the time of the veterans actual disability or since the time of the veterans death.
No refunds shall be made under this section for any year or portion thereof prior to the effective date of P. L.1948, c.259 (C.54:4-3.30 et seq.), as of the effective date of the determination of total disability by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs. STATEMENT This bill provides that the total property tax exemption extended to totally disabled veterans is to be retroactive to the effective date of the determination of the veteran's total disability by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs.
Social Security benefits include old-age, survivors, and disability insurance (OASDI).
A portion of an employee’s FICA contribution is paid into the Social Security Disability Trust Fund which funds payments to those individuals who become disabled.
DEANGELO District 14 (Mercer and Middlesex) SYNOPSIS Makes total property tax exemption for 100% disabled veterans retroactive to effective date of determination of total disability; requires State to reimburse municipalities for reimbursement of property taxes paid to veteran. by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey: 1. L.1948, c.259 (C.54:4-3.30) is amended to read as follows: 1. The dwelling house and the lot or curtilage whereon the same is erected, of any citizen and resident of this State, now or hereafter honorably discharged or released under honorable circumstances, from active service, in time of war, in any branch of the Armed Forces of the United States, who has been or shall be declared by the United States Veterans Administration or its successor to have a service-connected disability from paraplegia, sarcoidosis, osteochondritis resulting in permanent loss of the use of both legs, or permanent paralysis of both legs and lower parts of the body, or from hemiplegia and has permanent paralysis of one leg and one arm or either side of the body, resulting from injury to the spinal cord, skeletal structure, or brain or from disease of the spinal cord not resulting from any form of syphilis; or from total blindness; or from amputation of both arms or both legs, or both hands or both feet, or the combination of a hand and a foot; or from other service-connected disability declared by the United States Veterans Administration or its successor to be a total or 100% permanent disability, and not so evaluated solely because of hospitalization or surgery and recuperation, sustained through enemy action, or accident, or resulting from disease contracted while in such active service, shall be exempt from taxation , on proper claim made therefor and such exemption shall be in addition to any other exemption of such person's real and personal property which now is or hereafter shall be prescribed or allowed by the Constitution or by law but no taxpayer shall be allowed more than one exemption under . (1) The surviving spouse of any such citizen and resident of this State, who at the time of death was entitled to the exemption provided under this act, shall be entitled, on proper claim made therefor, to the same exemption as the deceased had, during the surviving spouse's widowhood or widowerhood, as the case may be, and while a resident of this State, for the time that the surviving spouse is the legal owner thereof and actually occupies the said dwelling house or any other dwelling house thereafter acquired.