IMS: EB Screen

Check the EB screen to obtain Financial information. This can include TANF or State Supplemental Payment (SSP) payment information depending on the type of benefit or case type.

SSP case #’s often begin with D or A

TANF case #’s often begin with C, H, J.

To view this screen:

  1. Login to IMS
  2. Clear the screen
  3. Type EB (space) and the case number
  4. Press ‘Enter’

EB Screen - Status, Section Detail Status, B3, B6, B9, B15, B20, B26, B63, B70 are highlightedStatus
O = Open

Section Detail Status
I = Issuing Benefits

Field Descriptions

B1 – Application Date

B2 – Certification Date

B3 – Type Action Taken

  • 1 = Certified
  • 2 = Denied
  • 4 = Suspended
  • 5 = Reinstated
  • 6 = Closed
  • A = Application
  • C = Change
  • F = Certified for IV-E Foster Care only
  • M = Certified for Special Medical Benefits (ABD)
  • R = Reopened

B4 – Reason

B5 – Effective Date

B6 – Effective Number of Months

  • 1 = Issue one month’s benefits using this information
  • 2 = Issue two months’ benefits using this information
  • 3 = Issue three months’ benefits using this information
  • 99 = Changes to information given are not immediately known

B7 – Date of Last Redetermination

B9 – Notice Indicator

  • Y = Ten day advance notice is required
  • N = Ten day advance notice is not required

B10 – Number of Persons – Children

B11 – Number of Persons – Adults

B14 – Total Countable Resources

B15 – Application Source

  • CO = County Office
  • LV = OKDHSLive!

B20 – Overpayment Indicator

  • D = 10% Recoupment, Willful misrepresentation
  • E = 10% Recoupment, Willful misrepresentation and signed affidavit
  • G = 10% Recoupment, Willful misrepresentation and Lien
  • J = 5% Recoupment, Agency Error
  • V = 10% Recoupment, Inadvertent client error
  • X = Last Recoupment Payment; amount coded in Block B23

B23 – Recoupment Amount

B26 – Benefit Amount

B29 – Self-Employment Income

B27 – Voucher Amount

B32 – Self-Employment Business Expense

B35 – Earned Income

B38 – Work Related Expense

B41 – Dependent Care Expense

B44 – Exempt Earned

B47 – Net Earned Income

B50 – Gross Earned Income

B53 – General Income Exclusion

B57 – Total Diverted

B58 – Program Violation Amount

B59 – Total Net Income

B62 – Total Requirements

B63 – Monthly Entitlement

B70 – Special Medical Indicator (ABD Benefit Type)

  • A = AB or D recipients ( who are at least 18 years of age) who have become ineligible for an SSP due to receipt of or increase in OASDI child benefits which are based on their own disability
  • B = Disabled individual who retains Medicaid eligibility under Public Law 96-265, who would be ineligible for SSI benefits due to earnings
  • C = An individual who retains SSI eligibility due to participation in a program to achieve self support
  • D = Individual under age 65 who retains Medicaid eligibility, but loses State Supplemental Payment (SSP) eligibility due to receipt of OASDI on the basis of being a widow or widower.
  • P = Aged or disabled individual who retains Medicaid eligibility, but loses State Supplemental Payment (SSP) eligibility due to the OASDI cost – of – living adjustment. (Pickle cases).
  • S = Individual who loses State Supplemental Payment (SSP) eligibility due to reduction in the SSP Maximum Payment Standard
  • W = Individual under age 65 who retains Medicaid eligibility, but loses State Supplemental Payment (SSP) eligibility due to receipt of OASDI on the basis of being a disabled widow or widower

B72 – December 1973 Total Requirements (ABD Only)

B78 – Adjustment Period

B80 – Adult TANF pending reunification

B81 – Number of Supported Permanency Children

B82 – Net Supported Permanency Earned Income

B83 – Net Supported Permanency Unearned Income

B84 – Supported Permanency Total Net Income

B85 – Supported Permanency Penalty Income

B86 – Supported Permanency Benefit Amount

B87 – Supported Permanency Total Requirements

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