What Does Hillsborough Health Care Count as Income?
When you complete your application you will be asked to identify sources of your income. If you receive income from any of the following sources, it should be listed.
Wages, tips, money earned through self-employment (less business costs), and other types of income such as Social Security/Railroad Retirement and/or Disability; VA income, pensions, Civil Service, unemployment, child support, alimony, dividends, interest income, stipends, money from another person, annuity income, rental income, workers' compensation, estate/trust income, public assistance, and grants, scholarships, and student loans less tuition, books, fees, and other school-related costs. Income from odd jobs, day labor, temp pools, babysitting, house cleaning, flea market sales, lawn mowing, etc. is also counted.
What counts as assets?
When you complete your application you will also be asked to identify your assets. You should list any of the following assets if you have them:
Checking and savings accounts, profit sharing accounts, deferred compensation accounts, IRAs, insurance policies with cash value, certificates of deposit (CDs), money market accounts, trusts, automobiles other than the first, homes other than the homestead, acreage, trailer if not homestead, lots, boats, recreational vehicles, stocks, bonds.