Policy and examples regarding vehicles as a resource.
Explanation of Countable In-Kind Income
For ABD-related benefits, child support is generally considered income for the child rather than the parent. If the child support payment is for more than one child, divide the amount received by the number of children for whom it is intended. Example: Martha is applying for ABD benefits for herself and her son John. Her […]
Chart showing similarities and differences between ABLE account, special needs, pooled and third party trusts
What a special needs trust is, the criteria that must be met to be a special needs trust, what can be done with the money, what happens when the beneficiary dies, what are a worker’s responsibilities in regard to a special needs trust
317:35-5-41.1 (b) The home exemption goes to the primary residence. That extension also covers adjacent properties. “Adjacent” is defined as the property lines touch even if there is an easement, road, creek or anything similar that separates the properties. Examples of adjacent properties shown here. The adjacent properties in addition to the home property; are […]
Divorced people are treated as individuals while separated people are treated as a couple
Order of deductions to earned income of ABD individual.