Job Corps: Participants receive living allowances and readjustment allowances. They may also receive an allowance for training related expenses. If a child is in Job Corps, both of the allowances and the training related expenses are excluded.
If an adult or an emancipated minor is in Job Corps, count income as follows:
- Living Allowance is excluded.
- Readjustment Allowance is not treated as income while it remains in a fund. When the participant accesses the Readjustment Allowance, it is counted as income.
- Training Related Expenses are excluded, except those specifically designated for child care expense.
NOTE: When a guardian receives a Readjustment Allowance for a Jobs Corps participant for the purpose of assisting in the care of a child, it is called an 'Allotment' and it shall be counted as income.