Revision 48 (01-01-20 through 12-31-20) : FAA4 Financial Eligibility Factors
FAA4 Financial Eligibility Factors
 
to Aligned this section of policy with current requirements. The requirement of a supervisor approval was removed from the participant statement policy with PCA 15-024F (07-01-15) – Participant Statement Verification. (Effective for all interviews completed on or after 03/30/2020)
 
Revised to remove reference to three forms which were consolidated into the Agreement to Establish Lien (FAA-1712A) form. Added that a copy of the deed must be provided. Clarified the procedures to be taken by FAA staff and the Policy Support Team. (Effective for all interviews completed on or after 03/02/2020)
 
Updated method of how to verify an SSI overpayment. Added CA exception box and included representative payee information in the rule. (Effective for all interviews completed on or after 01/21/2020)
 
Archived 01/21/2020
Archived 03/02/2020
Methods for verifying SSA benefits have been updated. (Effective for all interviews completed on or after 01/21/2020) Revised the warning box for clarity. (Online change effective 03/02/2020)
 
Added description of who is considered an employee and added references to Earned Income Types and the Self-Employment Definition. (Effective for all interviews completed on or after 03/23/2020)
 
Added additional verbiage to clarify when terminated employment should be verified. Added a link to Voluntary Quit and Striker menu. (Effective for all interviews and eligibility determinations completed on or after 03/09/2020) Revised policy to better explain how and when to verify terminated income from HOSC. (Effective for all interviews and eligibility determinations completed on or after 03/30/2020)
 
Revised to include the requirement to key either the number of hours or the hourly rate on the EAIC screen. (Effective 02/18/2020)
 
The self-employment definition has been enhanced for clarity. (Effective for all interviews completed on or after 03/23/2020)
 
FAA4.J05C – Babysitting
A Revised policy to clarify that babysitting income is consider self-employment when it meets the self-employment definition. Removed policy regarding babysitting in one’s own home and in other people’s homes, as this is not a definitive indication of self-employment. (Effective for all interviews completed on or after 03/23/2020)
 
Verification of Social Security Administration (SSA) benefits can be used as verification of a child support expense. (Effective for all eligibility determinations completed on or after 03/02/2020)
 
Removed list of types of verification, information duplicated from FAA4.K11A.01. (Online change effective 03/02/2020)