Once you’ve figured out whether or not a family member qualifies for the earned income disallowance (EID), the next steps are to figure out the amount that is to be excluded. Calculating the EID is not as simple as just excluding all of the family member’s earned income. The regulations require that you exclude what’s called the incremental increase.
Today in the Federal Register, HUD published a proposed rule aimed at streamlining administrative regulations for the public housing (PH), housing choice voucher (HCV), and multifamily housing programs. The rule combines changes in the 2014 appropriations act, elements of HUD’s 2013 temporary compliance options, and other streamlining changes. Comments are due by March 9, 2015.
Once again, as we head towards the end of the year, we look back to see which blog posts were the most popular. In 2014, the hot topic was the appropriations act and its related notices, which included the implementation of biennial inspections and new flat rent requirements.
Scheduled for Friday, December 19: the third in our ongoing series of webinars focusing on the biggest problem areas agencies face when calculating rent.