At intake, anticipate nonexempt income when:
- determining initial eligibility,
- budgeting income during the Initial Prorated Entitlement (IPE) period, and
- budgeting income for the first regular roll month.
See PM 12-02-04-b for budgeting instructions for contractual employees.
When a P3 TA applicant who has been found disabled by CAU has income or assets in excess of the TA standards, determine AABD Medical (Category 93) eligibility.
When determining eligibility, use income expected to be received in the 30-day period beginning with and including the date of application.
Initial Prorated Entitlement (IPE)
The IPE period begins 30 days after the date of application and runs through the day before the first regular roll payment month. See PM 17-02-03 if the applicant lost eligibility for TANF or AABD.
Do not budget an applicant's income received before the application date.
First Regular Roll Month
Determine the first regular roll month's benefit using income expected to be received during that month. If income is received weekly or bi-weekly, convert income to a monthly amount, see PM 12-02-03-a.
Continue prospective budgeting for the 3rd month. If appropriate, convert income to a monthly amount, see PM 12-02-03-a.