See 0015.69.06 (Improper Asset Transfers) for information on what constitutes an improper transfer of assets.
The unit is ineligible until it documents efforts to reacquire the asset or get adequate compensation for it. Deny or close the case if the unit refuses to take steps to regain the asset or get adequate compensation.
If the unit regains the asset or gets adequate compensation for it, the unit must then reduce any excess property. See 0015.72 (Excess Assets - Applicants), 0015.75 (Excess Assets - Participants).
SNAP has no asset test.
No provisions, but transfers may affect eligibility for MA. See the Minnesota Health Care Programs Eligibility Policy Manual.
Follow MFIP for transfers within 12 months of the date of application or recertification. If the unit does not reacquire the asset or get adequate compensation, refer the case to the county attorney for possible action against the person who received the asset.
Follow MSA for aged, blind, or disabled clients. Follow GA for all other adults.