FAA6.N Examples : 25 Earned Income (EAIN/EAIC) Examples : Z Budgeting Less Than 30 Days of Income Example
Z Budgeting Less Than 30 Days of Income Example
 
The participant applies and is interviewed on 01/29. The participant has started a new job and has received and provided the first two paystubs:
 
Date Paid
Hours
Gross Amount
01/15
20
240
01/22
40
480
 
The worker completed a collateral contact to the employer during the interview. The following was documented:
 
The worker asked what is the normal hours worked and the hourly rate that the participant is expected to receive.
The employer stated that the participant is expected to work 40 hours at an hourly rate of $12.00 paid weekly on Friday.
The employer stated that the paystub for 01/15 is low because the participant started working in the middle of a pay period.
The 01/22 paystub for 40 hours at $480 gross is normal and is expected to continue.
The worker practiced prudent person concept and asked about the paystub for 01/29. The employer verified that the paystub for 01/29 has been disbursed for the gross amount of $480, which is normal.
 
All checks received in the application month must be budgeted in the month of application. Key the following on EAIC for the initial month of January:
 
Period
Date Paid
Hours
Hr. Rate
Gross Amount
01
01/15
20
 
240
02
01/22
40
 
480
03
01/29
40
 
480
 
For February and ongoing months, drop the low check and leave the following keyed on EAIC:
 
Period
Date Paid
Hours
Hr. Rate
Gross Amount
02
01/22
40
 
480
03
01/29
40
 
480