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(a) To determine if an assistance unit is income eligible under this section, the department will first determine if an assistance unit's
(1) resources are within the limits of 7 AAC 45.280; and
(2) total nonexempt gross monthly income is equal to, or less than, the applicable 185 percent standard established in 7 AAC 45.520.
(b) For an assistance unit that qualifies under (a) of this section, the department will determine if that assistance unit meets the applicable need standard established in 7 AAC 45.520 by determining that assistance unit's countable income. Countable income is determined by
(1) adding an assistance unit's total gross monthly income; and
(c) The department will determine an assistance unit to be income eligible if that assistance unit's countable income is equal to, or less than, the applicable need standard in 7 AAC 45.520. The department will calculate the ATAP payment under 7 AAC 45.525 when the assistance unit
(1) is determined to be income eligible under this section; and
(2) meets all other eligibility requirements of this chapter.
(d) If an assistance unit's income exceeds by $.01 or more either the applicable 185-percent limit or the applicable need standard, the department will either deny the application or suspend or terminate existing ATAP benefits.
History: Eff. 8/5/92, Register 123; am 10/1/93, Register 127; am 7/1/97, Register 142; am 10/1/2001, Register 159; am 1/7/2005, Register 173
Authority: AS 47.05.010
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