N.J. Admin. Code § 10:69-10.14 - Disregard of certain allowances and payments in AFDC-related Medicaid program (all segments) for participation in JTPA

Current through Register Vol. 54, No. 7, April 4, 2022

(a) Unearned income (including moneys to offset training expenses) received by an AFDC dependent child through the Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA) is exempt in the determination of initial eligibility, maximum income eligibility, and prospective needs test.
(b) Earned income received through the JTPA by an AFDC-related Medicaid program dependent child is exempt in the determination of initial eligibility, maximum income eligibility, and prospective needs test. However, the disregard of such income shall not exceed six months in any calendar year.
1. This disregard of income is independent of the earned income disregard found at 10:69-10.8 and 10.15. If a full-time student secures employment unrelated to JTPA participation, another six-calendar-month period shall be established in accordance with the provisions of 10:69-10.15(g).
(c) Income received by an AFDC-related Medicaid program parent or parent-person through the JTPA is treated as any other income received by such an individual with the exception of those payments classified as "needs based payments." Needs based payments (that is, moneys paid to offset expenses related to training) shall be disregarded in the determination of initial eligibility, maximum income determination, and prospective needs test.

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