February 2020

February 2020. New pages:

When Is My Next Social Security Disability Review?

How To Get Preferences on Housing Waiting Lists

How to Get, Keep, and Use a Housing Voucher Without Losing Your Mind (Too Much)

How I Got an Extra Bedroom for a Child with Autism

Sleepy Girl Guide to Life in “Low Income” Buildings

Can I Submit a Request for Exception to Payment Standard Before I Find a Place to Rent?

Examples of Reasons Why a Person May Need a Voucher Extension

The Sleepy Girl Guide to Subsidized Apartments

New Pages: Disability Accommodation Letters in Housing

How to Eliminate Student Loans in Bankruptcy (Maybe!)

FOR LIVE IN PROVIDERS:

How to Amend Taxes for Medicaid Home Care (IRS notice 2014-7)

I Live in HUD Housing. Does Income from IHSS or Medicaid Homecare Count?

Sample Letter to Exclude Income for Caregiver of Someone with Developmental Disabilities

IHSS IN CALIFORNIA

How to Exclude IHSS Income from Taxes

How Can I Get My IHSS Income Excluded from SSI? Medi-cal? CalFresh? Taxes? HUD? Housing Vouchers?

ART

Amazing artwork on this page by Robin Mead and Elizabeth D’Angelo

2 thoughts on “February 2020”

  1. Sleepy girl, Thank you for this blog. It’s been a huge help to me. I am at my wits end however and can’t find out what I do now that I have been approved for SSDI. I am still employed but out on medical leave since 4/3/19. Luckily, my company has STD/LTD which I am receiving now. I can fully retire this coming August and get my health insurance paid for 5 years as part of my retirement package. My employer is also paying my health insurance now at 100% which has been a blessing. I need help!! No one can answer what I need to do now! I can’t just leave my employer hanging & it’s several months before I can retire so what do I do? If they terminate me I will lose my health insurance which I must have. Do I need to talk with my HR person to see what to do? Do you think they will work with me so I can retire or let me go? I am so confused and can’t risk getting fired. I understand my employer can’t hold my job open forever as well. I truly appreciate any help you could give or the name of an attorney who I can call for more information. I hope all is well in your life. Much respect, Gina

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