Great site.First time poster. Well I applied for A&A recently and used most of the info through these sites to help me out.BUT I forgot about the income limit for getting A&A benefits.I don't know why but yea a major over sight indeed.My mom is 66 years old and 100% disabled.She is on renal care dialysis and is blind in her right eye,history of congestive heart failure and walks with a 4 prong cane.She does NOT drive nor read and is pretty much stuck at home.I included her doctors letter stating all this. She gets my dads military pension $871 a month and social sec $801 month (medicare deducted). She has few money market accounts but the interest earned is only a few dollars a year.She does own a home and that's it.So her yearly is around $20065.Of course they denied her benefits so now she has decided to pay me cash per week,about $175.I am here staying with her now and hold a part time job (2 1/2 days a week) but with her current congestive heart failure issues I believe I will have to quit that job totally. My question is since she has decided to pay me $175 a week in cash can we re-apply for A&A benefits?I do believe that $175 a week should put her below the income limit?If so,how do I go about in getting this done?I do appreciate it. Also,do you think she can qualify for any other additional benefits with the VA?