Non-recurring income is income received in a prospective BUDGET MONTH but no longer received in the corresponding retrospective PAYMENT MONTH. This includes earned income that ends even if it is replaced by unearned income. It also includes income received periodically, see 0022.06.03 (When Not to Budget Income in Retro. Cases).
Treat earned non-recurring income as earned income. See 0017.12.06 (Earned Income).
Do not count up to a total of $60 of unearned non-recurring income in a calendar quarter. See CALENDAR QUARTER in 0002.09 (Glossary: Calendar Month...). Count any non-recurring income that exceeds $60, in that quarter, in the month received.
Do not count non-recurring income that is earmarked and used for the purpose for which it is intended. This is subject to verification. See 0010.18.01 (Mandatory Verifications - Cash Assistance).
Follow MFIP. After the initial DWP determination, do not count any unanticipated income the unit may receive.
Non-recurring income is income received in a month which is not anticipated to continue in future months. Non-recurring income is less than $30 in a calendar quarter.
For Uncle Harry FS units non-recurring income is income received in an initial month which is no longer received in the corresponding RETROSPECTIVE CYCLE. For the definition of RETROSPECTIVE CYCLE, see 0002.57 (Glossary: Relative...). This includes earned income that ends even if it is replaced by unearned income. This does NOT include earned income received from a new employer. A 3rd and 5th paycheck is non-recurring income ONLY if it caused a suspension in the beginning month. See 0022.06.03 (When Not to Budget Income in Retro. Cases).
For SSI recipients, no county action required.
For non-SSI recipients, follow GA.
For SSI recipients, follow MSA.
For GA recipients, follow GA.