Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by JohnLM326, Dec 10, 2012.

  1. JohnLM326

    JohnLM326 Newbie

    Thank you so much for all the good information that all of you share.
    I have a question regarding the EVR Reporting.

    I just did 6 months reporting for my father after being appointed his fiduciary in May 2012. Will I reveive a letter if everything is ok with the EVR Reporting?

    I know that they received it because I have already received my return receipt.

    Also, how often will I have to do the reporting?

    Also, do they come to do an annual visit to the Fiduciary/Veteran after the EVR Reporting or how is this done?

    My father is now 86 yrs. old.

    Again, thank you for your assistance.
  2. vetadmin

    vetadmin Administrator Staff Member

    EVR's are done annually. Keep really good records so pulling it all together won't be so challenging.
  3. care4vets

    care4vets Newbie

    I have a question about the EVR. I have conflicting information. I've read in some places that annual EVRs have been discontinued. In others, that the VA will send them out as needed. In other places, that they're not required every year for everyone. Anyone have an update? Just trying to make sure my friend reports some increased expenses.....we were waiting for the EVR, but if it's not going to come, I'm guessing we should go ahead and send the updates. Also, if we are expecting it and it doesn't come, I know we'd need to notify VA. Is there an official VA link with updated EVR info?

    UPDATE: I found this article, http://www.startribune.com/local/184767991.html?refer=y
    It says that the VA is cutting "red tape" by not sending out the EVRs and that it will help them with their backlog in processing current claims.
    CONFIRMED info at: http://www.va.gov/opa/pressrel/pressrelease.cfm?id=2414

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