Almost there with the app ! Given that the VA cross checks with the IRS, parent does not file taxes but I understand there are entities filing 1099's. So, in 2014 there will be a 1099 from a brokerage company showing a certain amount of money associated with short term profit from a stock/option. This amount was a one time event and the specific amount or any specific amount, if any, is not guaranteed to happen again in 2015. Obviously 'assets' is entire amount in the entire account, etc. today and the 'projected income' is unknown/not guaranteed to be anything. BUT someone at the VA is going to see a dollar figure on the 2014 1099 from the brokerage company(which I understand will specify short term versus long term) and wonder 'where did that come from and will it continue in 2015'. I am tempted to send the entire 16 page brokerage detail that generated that 1099. Should I do that ? I want to be proactive and not have the app kicked back. Thoughts/advice ? Thank you.