WAC 182-509-0360 MAGI income -- How the income of a child age eighteen or younger or a tax dependent is counted.

Effective January 21, 2017

The medicaid agency determines what income is counted when determining eligibility for modified adjusted gross income (MAGI)-based Washington apple health under WAC 182-509-0300

  1. When determining countable income for persons described in subsections (2) through (4) of this section, the countable income of a child age eighteen or younger or of a tax dependent is included only when it meets the threshold required for tax filing under 26 U.S.C. Sec. 6012 (a) (1). For purposes of this section, countable income of a child or tax dependent does not include Social Security dependent benefits.
  2. Determining countable income of a tax filer.  The countable income of a tax filer includes the countable income of each member in the tax filer's medical assistance unit (MAU) under WAC 182-506-0012 (1).
  3. Determining countable income of a tax dependent.  The countable income of a tax dependent includes the countable income of each member in the tax dependent's MAU under WAC 182-506-0012 (2).
  4. Determining countable income of a nonfiler.  The countable income of a nonfiler, including a person considered a nonfiler under WAC 182-506-0012 (2) (b) (ii), includes the countable income of each member in the nonfiler's MAU under WAC 182-506-0012 (3).

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