Mary moves into a unit effective 6/1/2019 and her gross monthly Social Security benefit is verified to be $545.35. Medicare takes out $93.50 per month. What would the annual income from her Social Security be?
Answer: A. $6,544.20
Bob will be moving into a unit on November 1st. His gross Social Security was verified in September to be $545.35 a month and the Medicare deduction is $93.50. In October, the manager becomes aware of a COLA increase that will take effect starting with January’s check. This will increase the monthly amount to $563.35. What annual income will be anticipated from Bob’s Social Security?
Answer: B. $6,724.20
Kari lives in a unit and has a court order to receive $425 per month for alimony but her ex-husband does not pay and no effort has been made to collect. We do not need to count this toward annual income because she is not getting any money.
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