In the event that a tenant has to reimburse HUD for the overpayment of assistance by entering into a repayment contract with the property, the following guidelines guarantee specific accounting measures for both the property and shcc. Chapter 8, paragraph 8 to 23 of HUD 4350.3 REV-1, Amendment 4, contains specific guidance on tenant repayment obligations. The total amount of these adjustments is -1500 USD, shown on the May 2014 voucher. The property submitted a refund contract signed and dated by Mr. Smith. In order to recover the US$1500 while Mr. Smith makes payments, the home requested an OARQ of $1,500 on the May 2014 voucher to “launder” the balance. James Smith in Unit 103 received a subsidy overpayment that was discovered by the property. It was found that Mr.
Smith had a job that he had not reported. Mr. Smith made a payment of $100 on 14.05.2014, and the home submitted an adjustment of USD 100 for the presentation of the June 2014 voucher, accompanied by an in-kind account containing the remaining balance. Mr. Smith received a grant of $600 from January 2014 to March 2014, but new certifications are underway to include his labour income, bringing his grant payment to $100 between January 2014 and March 2014. If you have any questions about overpayment of support, please contact your TRACS Data Analyst for more information. Once a tenant and the owner (the property) has entered into a refund agreement, please follow the following steps to refund HUD: regular adjustments on the paper voucher for Mr. Smith in Unit 103:.