: : L Semi-Monthly Income Example 4
L Semi-Monthly Income Example 4

Arta applied for initial benefits on May 31 and was interviewed on the same day. Her employment is ongoing, and she is paid semi-monthly on the 15th and 30th of each month.

Arta provided the following paystubs:

 Date Paid Hours Gross Amount 05/15 60 \$390 05/30 92 \$650

Arta stated that her 05/15 check was low because she was on leave without pay and her 05/30 check was high because she worked extra hours for her sick co-worker. Collateral contact with Arta’s employer verified that Arta is expected to work 38 to 40 hours per week at \$6.50 per hour.

Since both checks are not normal, manually anticipate Arta’s income for 06/15 as follows:

38 + 40 = 78 divided by 2 = 39 averaged hours per week
39 X 2.15 = 83.85 hours per pay period
83.85 X \$6.50 = \$545.02 anticipated semi-gross for 06/15

Key the following on EAIC for the benefit month of May:

 INC TYPE: WA FREQ: SM NUMBER OF PERIODS PERIOD DATE PAID HOURS HR. RATE GROSS AMOUNT 01 051500 60 6.50 390.00 02 053000 92.00 7.06 650.00

Key the following on EAIC for the benefit month of June and ongoing:

 INC TYPE: WA FREQ: SM NUMBER OF PERIODS PERIOD DATE PAID HOURS HR. RATE GROSS AMOUNT 01 061500 83.85 6.50 545.02