WAC 182-513-1635 Tailored Supports for Older Adults (TSOA) — Income Eligibility.

Effective July 1, 2017

  1. To determine income eligibility for the tailored supports for older adults (TSOA) program, the medicaid agency or the agency's designee uses the following rules depending on whether the person is single or married.
  2. If the TSOA applicant is single:
    1. Determine available income under WAC 182-513-1325;
    2. Exclude income under WAC 182-513-1340; and
    3. Compare remaining gross nonexcluded income to the special income level (SIL). To be eligible, a person's gross income must be equal to or less than the SIL (three hundred percent of the federal benefit rate (FBR)).
  3. If the TSOA applicant is married:
    1. Determine available income under WAC 182-513-1330 with the exception of subsection (5) of that section;
    2. Exclude income under WAC 182-513-1340;
    3. Compare the applicant's remaining gross nonexcluded income to the SIL. To be eligible, a person's gross income must be equal to or less than the SIL (three hundred percent of the FBR).

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