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See FOOD SUPPORT EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING (FSET) in 0002.25 (Glossary: First Adult...).
MFIP, DWP, GA : A person who is enrolled in a graded or ungraded primary, intermediate, SECONDARY, GED preparatory, trade, technical, vocational, or POST-SECONDARY SCHOOL, and who meets the school's standard for full-time attendance. Summer vacations and school holidays do not affect the student's full-time status.
SNAP: A person who meets the definition of full-time student as defined by the school the person is attending. Summer vacations and school holidays do not affect the student's full-time status.
GA : Inability to read at or above the 8th grade level.
See GENERAL ASSISTANCE (GA) below.
SNAP: Unearned income which is the proceed of a monetary investment, for example: lottery tickets, scratch off tickets, raffle tickets or casino winnings in which money is invested to receive a benefit. See 00017.12.03 (Unearned Income).
A legal withholding of a specified sum from wages to satisfy a creditor.
See GENERAL EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT CERTIFICATE (GED) below.
GENERAL ASSISTANCE (GA)
A program providing financial ASSISTANCE and services to people who are unable to provide for themselves.
GENERAL EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT CERTIFICATE (GED)
A certificate issued by the Minnesota Board of Education or a similar certificate from another state equivalent to a SECONDARY SCHOOL diploma.
GENERAL EQUIVALENCY DIPLOMA (GED)
See GENERAL EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT CERTIFICATE (GED) above.
GROSS INCOME TEST. An eligibility test based on the gross income limit. See 0019 (Gross Income Test).
The circumstances beyond a person's control which keep the person from following program requirements or specific eligibility conditions.
GOOD CAUSE EXCEPTION
MFIP, DWP : A situation or circumstance beyond a participant’s control which may allow a sanction or disqualification to be removed retroactively or allow a person to be excused from some ES activities for a certain period of time.
A program in which an EMPLOYMENT SERVICES provider arranges for the county agency to reimburse an employer for a portion of a client's wages. Reimbursement is from the ASSISTANCE payment that the CLIENT would be eligible for if the client were not employed.
See ASSISTANCE STANDARD in 0002.05 (Glossary: Assistance Standard...).
Former name of a part of the Senior Community Service Employment Program authorized by the OLDER AMERICANS ACT, now called EXPERIENCE WORKS. See 0002.21 (Glossary: Employment...).
See GROUP RESIDENTIAL HOUSING (GRH) in 0002.29 (Glossary: Gross RSDI...).
GROSS EARNED INCOME
The income earned from employment before mandatory and voluntary payroll deductions. See 0017 (Determining Gross Income).
Total non-excluded income (minus expenses for SELF-EMPLOYMENT and student income) before any DEDUCTION or DISREGARD.
GROSS INCOME TEST
An eligibility test based on GROSS INCOME. See 0019 (Gross Income Test).
The total amount of EARNED INCOME received from SELF-EMPLOYMENT, before DEDUCTION for expenses. See 0017.15.33 (Self-Employment Income).
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Updated: 8/3/15 7:10 AM