(when)will i lose my va benefits?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by dagonet, Apr 1, 2013.

  1. dagonet

    dagonet Newbie

    thank you for this opportunity to ask for help, i'll try to keep this short and to the point.

    -i receive a va pension of $1732/month.
    -in 2012, i earned $1400 worth of capital gain in the stock market.
    -do i need to report this to the va?
    -how will the va (over)react?
    -when would my capital gains or net worth be an issue for the va?
    -who can help me avoid potential problems?
    -i am still recovering from brain damage but hope to be looking for work in three or four years.

    i thank you all for taking time out for me and for any ideas you have to share
     
  2. newpenny

    newpenny Jr. Member

    I think it would depend on what your total income in versus your expenses.
     
  3. vetadmin

    vetadmin Administrator Staff Member

    Given it is such a small amount, it more than likely will not have any impact over the course of a year as you pay out for your care and all allowable medical expenses. Had it been $14,000, then yes, you would need to report it now as that impact would be much greater on your eligibility financially.
     

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