Circumstances that occur when calculating tenant rent for Public Housing can create a challenging experience. You may find yourself wondering about these questions: Is this tenant eligible for earned income disallowance? Do I still need to verify Food Assistance? And does the .06% HUD-approved passbook rate for assets still apply? Yes, these are important questions you should have the answers to when calculating rent for public housing.
This session by our expert speaker, Andrea Champine, a compliance analyst at U.S. Housing Consultants, offers you answers to these questions along with helpful advice when determining adjusted gross income with the ultimate goal in mind: Ensuring your calculations are done in compliance with the Public Housing Authority's (PHA's) Admissions and Continued Occupancy Policy (ACOP) and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD's) requirements.
After attending this presentation, you will have a better understanding of how to correctly calculate adjusted gross income and tenant rent, earned income disallowance requirements, third party verifications and EIV income reports and discrepancies. The program will provide hands-on scenarios and discussion along with a question and answer session.
In this insightful program, you'll learn the importance of:
Who should attend?
ANDREA CHAMPINE has 24 year's experience in the affordable housing industry-15 of which she spent working for a privately owned management company and 9 years for a city housing agency in the State of Michigan. For many years she was Director of Compliance for HUD, LIHTC, USDA - RD515, HOME, Housing Choice Voucher and ... More info