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     28-13-32.7.   Determining household income--Sources. For the purpose of determining a household's income, the county shall consider all sources of income, including the following:
             (1)      Compensation paid to household members for personal services, whether designated as gross salary, wages, commissions, bonus, or otherwise;
             (2)      Net income from self-employment, including profit or loss from a business, farm, or profession;
             (3)      Income from seasonal employment;
             (4)      Periodic payments from pensions or retirement programs, including social security, veterans' benefits, disability payments, and insurance contracts;
             (5)      Income from annuities or trusts, except for a trust held by a third party for the benefit of the minor children of the household;
             (6)      Interest, dividends, rents, royalties, or other gain derived from investments or capital assets;
             (7)      Gain or loss from the sale, trade, or conversion of capital assets;
             (8)      Unemployment insurance benefits and strike benefits;
             (9)      Workers' compensation benefits and settlements;
             (10)      Alimony and child support payments received; and
             (11)      School grants and stipends which are used for food, clothing, and housing but not for books and tuition.
     A federal income tax return is the preferred source for determining earnings. If a federal income tax return is not representative of current earnings, the county may also require pay stubs which include gross and net earnings.

Source: SL 1997, ch 170, ยง 14.


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