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Submit an Interim Report

After you begin receiving public assistance benefits, you will occasionally receive an interim report in the mail to update your case. It is very important that if you have received an interim report, you complete it quickly and on-time to ensure your benefits are continued. If you do not submit the interim report by the deadline, your benefits will be terminated.

Interim Report is a mid-certification that indicate if there have been any changes in:

  • Household Composition
  • Earned income (pay rate, salary, employment status)
  • Unearned income of more that $50
  • Address change
  • Shelter and utility expenses
  • Child support obligation
If you have lost your interim report, or would prefer to submit it online, you can do so through the state portal below

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