(01/01/18 - 12/31/18)
Reimbursements for past or future expenses are not countable. Reimbursements include, but are not limited to, the following:
Adoption subsidy reimbursements
Dependent care payments made by the Child Care Administration (CCA) to the provider. This includes the following:
At-Risk Child Care (Public Law 101-508)
Child Care
Child Day Care Subsidy
Development Block Grant Payment (Public Law 102-586)
Tribal NEW Child Care
Incentives or allowances for job or Training Related Expenses (TRE), including TWEP, and Jobs.
Out of pocket expenses of volunteers incurred in the course of their volunteer activities.
Medical expenses paid by an insurance company or government program.
Payment for job or training related travel expenses.
Payment for meals away from home when the reimbursement is not for normal living expenses.
Payment for uniforms and equipment required for work and their maintenance cost.
Title XX of the Social Security Act – payment received by the budgetary unit to pay for services provided.
Trade Adjustment Assistance payments made by the Unemployment Division for traveling away from home to attend training and accept or seek employment.
Payment for deductions used to keep track of job expense.
NOTE A job expense reimbursement may be identified when a paystub includes a pay amount and a deduction for the same amount.
Stipends received from the Foster Grandparent Program for past and future expenses related to Foster Grandparent Program activities. (See Foster Grandparent Program Stipend)
Key the OX Unearned Income Code in the INC TYPE field on UNIC.
Reimbursements that exceed the actual incurred expense, as indicated by the participant, are countable unearned income. Key the income on UNIC using the appropriate Income Code.