Perform Interim Recertification After Five Household-Reported Changes

Occasionally, you may need to perform an interim recertification for a household. This means that you must recalculate the household’s income and assistance before the household’s scheduled recertification date based on a change in the household’s situation. For example, when a household tells you that its income has increased you may need to initiate an interim recertification. But not every change warrants an interim recertification. HUD requires you to perform them only after you’re notified of five types of household changes [HUD Handbook 4350.3, par.

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