"Allowable" expendatures

Discussion in 'Expenses' started by Froggy, Aug 25, 2015.

  1. Froggy

    Froggy Newbie

    Is there some guideline or list of "allowable" expendatures from a personal (not separate fiduciary) checking account for a vet currently receiving A&A? My son-in-law spends considerable time on a daily basis helping me with medical, financial and legal affairs. Althought he doesn't expect anything in return, I'd like to acknowledge his caring efforts by getting him a new reliable vehicle that he could use for running my errands and taking me to my many dr. appointments. I just don'want to do something that would endanger my current A&A pension.
     
  2. vetadmin

    vetadmin Administrator Staff Member

    You can spend your pension check however you want to, however if he is acting as your Fiduciary, he has to get approval for any expense over $1,000, and it is doubtful that the VA would approve an expense for the purchase of a vehicle.

    However, if you are paying him to act as your caregiver, he can use the money you are paying him in any manner he chooses.
     

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