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VACP TREAS 310 Deposit? What Is It? Good News?

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VACP TREAS 310 is a Compensation Payment.​ Retro?

You May Have Won Your VA Disability Claim

A VACP TREAS 310 unexpected deposit into your checking account may be puzzling, usually, it is good news. Perhaps your VA disability compensation claim was granted, and the deposit made it to the bank before your letter arrived. It happens. To be on the safe side, wait for the letter confirming it. You can also call the VA at 800-827-1000. Or check e-Benefits. Once you log into e-Benefits, you can check your letters and see what percentage is listed.

A few of the codes labeled 310 on your US Government Check:

  • VACP is for VA disability compensation or pension payment.
  • VAED is for GI Bill payments.
  • IRS is from Internal Revenue Service

Log Into e-Benefits to View Your Payment History

You Must File A Claim Before You See That VACP TREAS 310 Deposit

Retroactive Pay Can Be Life-Changing – Stop Hesitating and File!

  • VACP is for VA disability compensation or pension payment.
  • VAED is for GI Bill payments.
  • IRS is from Internal Revenue Service

After logging into e-Benefits you will see a menu

Veterans

  • Disability Compensation
  • Pension Benefits
  • Education Benefits

For Survivors

  • Survivors pension benefit
  • Survivors’ and Dependents’ Educational Assistance (Chapter 35 benefits)
  • Dependency and Indemnity Compensation (DIC)

Don’t throw that money down the drain.

Remember, if you were to win your claim, VA would pay you retroactively from the date you filed the claim. If you filed today and it took them two years to grant your claim, you would receive 24 months in retroactive pay, if you don’t file today, well, then, no soup for you. The longer you wait to file, the more money you lose.

6 Comments

  1. VACP 310 is what my deposit for compensation is per my bank record. 36 Treas 310 misc is the deposit for my travel pay.

  2. VACP 310 is what my deposit for compensation is per my bank record. 36 Treas 310 is the deposit for my travel pay.

  3. Ronnie –

    Thanks for that, it seems 310 is what many government agencies use.

  4. I’ve read that there is a way to get paid retroactively from the date of your disability diagnosis, as oppossed to being limited the date of your claim submission.
    I understand that your claim can be appealed for retroactive payment back to the original date of diagnosis. Is anyone else aware of this?

  5. Category 310 is usually Travel Pay

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