I would greatly appreciate anybody helping me on this. I served in Vietnam 1968-69. My wife is in a nursing home. Without going into all of the numbers, my claim for Aid & Attendance for her was denied for income exceeding "the maximum annual disability pension set by law." They give our total income of $66,750. I disagree with their expenses, which doesn't seem to include my wife's medication which I included in the application, but they give a total of $50,310 for Medicare Part B premiums, Private Medical Insurance, and nursing home fees. I am the court-appointed guardian of my wife. The letter states that "the income limit for a veteran with 1 dependent is $16,851. Your income for VA purposes is $17,282." But $66,750 minus $50,310 equals $16,440. On the surface, this seems a simple mathematical error, as using their own numbers results in a net income below the threshold. Are there other numbers they are using besides the two they supplied in my denial letter? Thank you for any assistance.