My 91 year old father received approval for Aid and Attendance in 2010. The initial pension included my mother who passed away in 2012. At the time of approval, my parents had a saving account of $8K and a checking account of $3K. All assets were in a family trust prior to 2010. My father, mother and myself were trustees. I am now the fiduciary agent for my father. We had a $37K annuity from the family trust mature a couple of months after the initial A & A approval. For convenience, I triggered the payment of approximately $300 to go directly from the insurance company to their checking account. From 2010 to 2015, first both my parents and then my father lived in independent living. My father is now in assisted living. His present expenses exceed his pension and Social Security by $400 month. The VA is indicating the $300+/month was undisclosed income and are seeking repayment for the 2010 – 2015 period. These monies were not specified for my parents, but was an amount that I directed to them. I considered it as additional support I was providing them. Should this monthly amount be considered income for my parents/father?