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Example 1: Ms. S receives \$509 per month in TANF benefits for herself and 4 children. She also receives \$465 in SNAP benefits. There is no cash or SNAP recoupment amount deducted. Her total benefits are \$974. Dividing the total benefits (\$974) by the state minimum wage (\$8.25) = 118. Place Ms. S in Pay-After-Performance activities for 118 hours each month ÷ 4 = 30 hours per week.

Example 2: Ms. O receives \$292 per month in TANF benefits for herself and one child. She also receives \$190 in SNAP benefits. There is no cash or SNAP recoupment. Her total benefits are \$482. Dividing the total benefits (\$482) by the minimum wage (\$8.25) = 58. Place Ms. O in Pay-After-Performance activities 58 hours each month ÷ 4 = 15 hours per week.

Example 3: Ms. X receives \$217 for herself and 3 children. Her normal cash benefit is \$435. Ms. X is sanctioned for the 2nd time for not cooperating with child support. She has now cooperated with child support, but the Level 2 sanction period has not ended. She also receives \$380 in SNAP benefits. There is no cash or SNAP recoupment amount deducted. Divide the total benefits (\$435 + \$380 = \$815) by the minimum wage (\$8.25) = 98. Place Ms. X in Pay-After-Performance activities 98 hours each month ÷ 4 = 25 hours each week.