Individual Development Account (IDA) Deposits
Deposits into an IDA can be made by any of the following:
The account holder
A participant in the account holder's case
A nonparticipant
A non‑profit organization
IDA deposits may be considered income. For treatment of IDA deposits, see Individual Development Account (IDA).
Complete a potential fraud referral for deposits into an IDA from the following income sources, and count as income or as a resource:
Proceeds from illegal activities.
Income that was available to the participants but not reported.
Money from a nonparticipant that should have been reported as income or child support.
Refer any overpayment resulting from the OSI referral.