WAG 19-07-06

  • A SNAP unit in revised manual textMid-Point Reporting status must:
    • report when their income exceeds their Gross Income Standard. They must report the change by the 10th day of the calendar month after the calendar month that income exceeded the Gross Income limit. For example, gross income exceeded the limit for 08/16 the unit must report the change by 09/10/16.
    • report changes when completing their Mid-Point Report form (PM 19-07-07).
    • comply with New Hire requirements
  • When the unit reports a change, review the effect of the change on the unit's eligibility and benefit amount. For income-related changes, consider the date the first payment is received (as a result of the change) as the date the client learned about the change.
  • If the income belongs to a new member, the unit must report if the income of all those who are in the unit exceeds the Gross Income limit for the unit size that the unit was originally notified.
  • When the number in the SNAP unit changes, the Redetermination Fact Sheet is centrally sent telling the unit its new Gross Income Standard for reporting changes of income for SNAP.

new manual textNOTE: Mid-Point Reporting units must comply with New Hire requirements (PM 22-14-02)

Act on a reported change as follows:

  • Change results in a decrease or ineligibility (PM 18-04-10).
  • Change results in an increase in benefits not due to a new unit members (PM 18-04-08).

    NOTE: For TANF cash benefits, when the ending of employment is reported (PM 10-02-04-c). 

  • Change due to adding a new unit member (PM 18-04-07).

See PM 19-07-07 for reporting changes on the Mid-Point Report form and the Mid-Point Reporting process.

Note: If a reported change makes a case exempt from revised manual textMid-Point Reporting, remove the case from Mid-Point Reporting status at the next REDE.