Base the disqualification period on the amount that the value of the transferred assets plus other nonexempt assets exceeds the asset limit.
The disqualification periods, based on the amount of assets over the asset limit are:
For applications, the disqualification period begins with the fiscal month of application.
For active cases, the disqualification period begins with the first month that benefits can be stopped following the end of the 10-day timely notice period, unless the client requests a fair hearing and a continuation of benefits at the old level.
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