FAA6.N Examples : 25 Earned Income (EAIN/EAIC) Examples : L Semi-Monthly Income Example 4
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 calculate 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 expected 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 05/15 60 390.00 02 05/30 92 650.00

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 06/15 83.85 6.50 545.02