§ 4305.35. Income.
The following income from the previous calendar year shall be combined to determine the total family income.
(1) Wages, salaries, fees, commissions, tips, bonuses, net rental income, net business income and other income subject to Federal income taxation.
(2) Interest income including, but not limited to, interest received from accounts with banks, savings and loan associations, money market funds, credit unions or bonds.
(3) Dividends received from corporate stock holdings or cash dividends from life insurance policies.
(4) Benefits, including but not limited to unemployment compensation, Social Security payments, Supplemental Security Income received by clients 18 years or older, public assistance, pensions, black lung benefits and railroad retirement pensions. Restricted benefits are counted as income only if the benefit is paid on behalf of the client. Food Stamps are not counted as income.
(5) Alimony payments.
(6) One hundred percent of a net capital gain. The net capital gain is considered as the total capital gain less the total capital loss for the year.
This section cited in 55 Pa. Code § 4305.37 (relating to adjusted family income).
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