Current through Vol. 39, No. 14, April 01, 2022
The worker does not count the income of
non-household members who are not disqualified, such as ineligible students,
per Section 273.11(d)
of Title 7 of the Code of Federal Regulations (C.F.R.) (7
§ C.F.R. 273.11(d)).
the earned income of one or more household members and the earned income of a
non-household member are combined into one wage, the worker determines the
income for the household members by:
counting the portion due to the household when it is possible to identify the
household's share; or
the earned income equally and counting the household member's pro rata share
when it is not possible to identify the household's share.
When the household shares deductible
expenses with the non-household member, the worker only deducts the amount the
household actually paid or contributed as a household expense with the
exception of utility expenses.
§ C.F.R. 273.9(d)(6)(iii)(F), when the household pays part of the utility
expenses, the household is allowed the full utility standard deduction for
which it qualifies based on criteria per Oklahoma Administrative Code
(2) When the payments or contributions cannot
be differentiated, the worker prorates the expenses evenly among persons
actually paying or contributing to the expenses and deducts only the
household's pro rata share with the exception of the utility expenses per (1)
of this subsection.
Okla. Admin. Code
Amended at 28 Ok Reg
850, eff 6-1-11
Register, Volume 33, Issue 24, September 1, 2016, eff.