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See RETIREMENT, SURVIVORS, AND DISABILITY INSURANCE (RSDI), 0002.57 (Glossary: Relative...).
REGIONAL TREATMENT CENTER. See 0002.55 (Glossary: Recipient...).
Minnesota's Consolidated Treatment Fund.
Chemical Dependency treatment licensing regulations.
RULE 36 FACILITIES
Facilities offering residential care and program services to 5 or more adult mentally ill people at one time.
An S-Corporation begins its existence as a general, for-profit Corporation upon filing the Articles of Incorporation at the state level. A general for-profit corporation (also known as a C-Corporation) is required to pay income tax on taxable income generated by the corporation.
After the corporation has been formed, it may elect “S-Corporation Status” by submitting IRS form 2553 to the Internal Revenue Service (in some cases a state filing is required as well). Once this filing is complete, the corporation is taxed like a partnership or sole proprietorship rather than as a separate entity. Thus, the income is “passed-through” to the shareholders for purposes of computing tax liability. Therefore, a shareholder’s individual tax return will report the income or loss generated by an S-Corporation.
An S-Corporation can have a maximum of 75 shareholders, and the income and expenses would still be passed through to each individual and taxed on that level.
MFIP, DWP: For information on how to compute rolling average on self-employment income, see 0017.15.33.03 (Self-Employment, Convert Inc. to Monthly Amt), 0017.15.33.30 (Self-Employment Income From Rental Property).
Actions taken against units who do not cooperate with assistance program requirements.
Institutions for tuberculosis treatment.
See SYSTEMATIC ALIEN VERIFICATION FOR ENTITLEMENTS (SAVE) in 0002.65 (Glossary: Suitable...), 0010.18.11.03 (Systematic Alien Verification (SAVE)).
SAFE AT HOME (SAH) PROGRAM
The Safe At Home (SAH) Program is a Minnesota address confidentiality program that assists survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking by providing a substitute address for people who move or are about to move to a new location unknown to their aggressors. The Minnesota Secretary of State’s office administers this program. See 0029.29 (Safe At Home Program) for more information.
SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM
A federally-funded program providing free and reduced price lunches to low income school children grades 1 to 12. See 0029.07.06 (School Lunch Program).
The State Data Exchange reports. A monthly IEVS exchange between the Social Security Administration (SSA) and DHS. It includes information on the SSI grant and income and asset information SSA uses to compute the grant.
A person employed in seasonal agricultural work that is not required to be absent overnight from the permanent residence when:
Employed on a farm or ranch performing field work related to planting and harvesting.
Employed in a canning or processing plant while being transported to or from the place of employment through a day-haul operation
A seasonal farm worker is not a MIGRANT WORKER.
SEASONAL FARMWORKER UNITS
Units in which any member is a SEASONAL FARMWORKER.
SECOND ADULT STANDARD
GA :The standard of ASSISTANCE which is designated to meet the needs of a 2nd or subsequent caretaker. See 0020.18 (GA Assistance Standards). Also used in some calculations as the amount of ALLOCATION or amount DEEMed for an individual's needs.
RCA :Immigrants who are originally resettled in another state but choose to move to Minnesota after resettlement.
A school accredited by the Minnesota Department of Education as a secondary school. This includes grades 7 through 12 or an equivalent technical, vocational, or GED program.
Written evidence of ownership or creditorship such as stocks and bonds.
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