WAG 19-07-01: What is a Mid-Point Reporting Unit?

PM 19-07-01

What is a Mid-Point Reporting Unit?

 A Mid-Point Reporting (MPR) unit is a regular roll:

  • TANF case (with or without) SNAP and the case has earned income, and
  •  any case with SNAP benefits except:
    • SNAP cases where all the adults in the SNAP unit are qualifying members and the case does not have earned income. All the adults in the SNAP unit are qualifying members if:
      • age 60 or older; or
      • if under age 60, then an adult is all persons in the SNAP unit who are age 18 or older and are receiving income from one of the following sources :Primary RSDI Retirement Benefits (503), Primary RSDI Disability Benefits (510), RSDI Benefits as a Disabled Widow/Widower or Disabled Child (511), Railroad Retirement Benefits (514), Veteran's Benefits (517), Federal, State, or Municipal Retirement (519), or Supplemental Security Income (691).
  • TANF cases with SNAP and the case does not have earned income.
  • SNAP households with members subject to the SNAP Work Requirement Time-Limited Benefits policy whose place of residence is in a waived area.
    • revised manual textNote: Effective 07/01/2022, Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) waiver approval allows the entire State to continue to be exempt from the SNAP Work Requirement Time-Limited Benefits policy through 06/30/2023 based on Illinois' high unemployment rate. The SNAP Work Requirement Time-Limited Benefits policy is NOT in effect for any county in the State. For more information about the State's operation under COVID-19 see WAG 25-06-07-p.