Child Care Subsidy: Income Consideration and Calculations

Jana applies for child care benefits on 03/05/15 for her child. She attends school at a community college. Jana is disabled and receives $679/month in SSI and $250/month child support from her child’s father. What is the total income used to determine eligibility?
Fred and Wilma currently have legal custody of their grandchild, Bert. Wilma works 40 hours per week as a traveling housekeeper making $300 per week. Fred works construction 40 hours per week making $400 per week. How much income should be counted towards Bert’s eligibility for child care?
Tom and Julie apply for child care benefits for their son and Julie’s two children from a previous marriage. Both Tom and Julie are employed. Tom earns $1850/month and Julie earns $1400/month. Tom provided verification that he is paying $400/month court-ordered child support to his ex-wife. What is the total income used to determine eligibility?
Chance has been self-employed as a dog walker for the last 6 years. Chance is requesting child care for his son, Marko. Chance turned in his 2013 tax return and states that it is representative of his 2014 wages. What is the appropriate income to use in his eligibility determination?
Sara applies for child care benefits. Her husband is deployed in Afghanistan. Sara is in school and 2 of her 3 children need child care. The third child is 16, attends high school, and works part-time earning $350/month. Her husband earns $2800 /month and sends $1800 home to Sara each month. What is the total income used to determine eligibility?
Lisa is requesting child care for her 3 children, Lulu, Justin, and Rex while she attends school and works part-time. Rex is disabled and receives $421 in SSI and $42 in SSP on a D case. Lisa makes $1000 per month at her part-time job. Which of the following scenarios is correct for this family’s eligibility determination?
Bill and Kristine apply for child care benefits for their adopted twins. The twins are 2 and were adopted through OKDHS. Bill and Kristine provided their Final Decree of Adoption, Adoption Assistance Agreement, and the Post Adoption Referral forms. Bill earns $3200/month and Kristine earns $2400/month. They receive $450 in adoption subsidies. Bill also pays $1000/month court-ordered child support to his ex-wife. What is the total income used to determine eligibility?
Yolanda and her daughter live with her ex-boyfriend, Samuel, and his son Diego. Yolanda is currently expecting Samuel’s child. Yolanda makes $800 per month working part-time as a legal assistant. Samuel works full-time in a button factory making $1200 per month. Samuel also receives $100 per month child support for Diego. Yolanda is requesting child care for her daughter. What is the appropriate income to be considered towards child care eligibility for Yolanda’s daughter?
Jeff and Allison apply for child care benefits for 2 of their 3 children. Allison is in college and has a job on campus through work study. She earns $900/month. Jeff works full-time and earns $2400/month. Their oldest child, who does not need child care, receives $465/month SSI. What is the total income used to determine eligibility?

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