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Old 05-08-2012, 11:59 AM
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Default State Aid And Showing As 2x Income

I accept state aid but I have my clients write me a check for the payment up front. Then, whatever I receive from their assistance, I write a check for to them (the clients).

This seems as though I will be showing this as income twice.... Would I just not record the in and out? But then it looks as though I am not claiming $ received from the state.

Sorry if this is confusing - My rate is $130/week. My client pays me that. I receive a check from the state for $216 (two weeks payment). I write a check back to the mother for the $216.

I do this to prevent me from losing out on $ if their funds are reduced etc. but am I really shooting myself in the foot?

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