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14.9.3 Voluntary Repayment Agreement

ISSUE DATE: 04/2007

A voluntary repayment agreement is a payment plan a family or a provider and the county agency agree to as a method of repaying an overpayment.

Use repayment agreements when participants or providers wish to make voluntarily repayment in excess of the recoupment amount.

Use repayment agreements with non-participants when the family is no longer eligible to receive child care assistance or if the provider no longer cares for children receiving child care assistance.

Clients or providers may voluntarily repay the overpayment before you start other methods of recovery. The Notice of Overpayment explains this option.

Overpayment repayment agreements include a written agreement between the county agency and the client or provider or both.

LEGAL AUTHORITY

Minnesota Statutes 119B.11, Subd. 2a

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