FAA4.I Earned Income (EAIN EAIC) : 06 Budgeting Income - Overview : G Budgeting Out-of-State Military Income for NA and CA
G Budgeting Out-of-State Military Income for NA and CA
 
(10/01/16 - 11/30/16)
Military income includes, but is not limited, to the following:
 
Base Pay (BP)
Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH)
Basic Allowance for Subsistence (BAS)
Clothing Allowance
Special and Incentive Pay
Family Separation Allowance (FSA)
Family Subsistence Supplemental Allowance (FSSA)
 
NOTE See Military Income – EAIN when the income is for a military member stationed IN Arizona. This income is considered earned income.
 
Income received while serving in the military when stationed outside Arizona is budgeted as follows:
 
The income of the military member stationed outside of Arizona is not countable.
Any portion of the military income that is available to the budgetary unit is countable as unearned income.
When the military member outside of the budgetary unit pays the mortgage, rent, or utilities directly to the company, the income is considered a vendor payment.
 
EXCEPTION
When the military income is considered Combat Zone Pay, see Earned Income Combat Zone Pay.
 
Income received for serving in the military while stationed outside of Arizona is budgeted as follows:
 
Key the income on UNIC using the MS Income Code.
Key only the portion of income made available to the budgetary unit on UNIC next to one of the following who are coded IN on SEPA:
The spouse(g) of the participant who is serving.
The non-serving parent of a common child.
The parent of a child, age 18 or younger, when the child is serving.
The participant to whom the income is made available.
Document the case file(g) with the reason the income is keyed next to the participant coded IN.
 
CA EXCEPTION
When the military member stationed outside Arizona is the parent and only away from home due to active military duty, the following apply:
The parent serving in the military is considered a mandatory CA participant.
The military income is considered earned income for the military member and the entire amount (less Combat Zone Pay) is countable income to the CA budgetary unit. Key the earnings on EAIC using the MP Earned Income Code.
Expenses paid by the parent serving in the military are not vendor payments to the budgetary group.