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(a) The department will not allow a deduction from earned income under 7 AAC 45.480(b) or 7 AAC 45.485, if a caretaker relative fails, without good cause, to make a timely report of earnings against which the deductions would otherwise be allowable. A denial of a deduction under this section is effective for any month for which the earnings would have been counted if they had been timely reported.
(b) For purposes of this section
(1) "good cause" means a circumstance beyond the caretaker relative's control that prevents the caretaker relative from submitting a timely report; "good cause" includes
(A) a physical or mental illness or incapacity that is severe enough and long enough to prevent timely reporting;
(B) illiteracy; and
(C) failure of the mail to be delivered timely, if the caretaker relative can document the cause of that failure;
(2) "report of earnings" means a report to the department, either orally or in writing, of the receipt of earned income and of any anticipated change in earned income that might result in the reduction, termination, or suspension of ATAP benefits; "report of earnings" includes reports required under 7 AAC 45.270;
(3) "timely" means received in a district office of the division handling public assistance matters in the department within 10 days after the date the change or receipt of earnings becomes known to the caretaker relative, or before authorization by the department of the first two payment months, whichever is later.
History: Eff. 8/5/92, Register 123; am 10/1/93, Register 127; am 10/1/97, Register 143; am 10/1/2001, Register 159; am 1/7/2005, Register 173
Authority: AS 47.05.010
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