|Total Household Income (THI) is defined as all earned income including wages, salaries, tips, long-term disability benefits, voluntary salary deferrals, quarters allowances, and subsistence received by any adults, married or not, residing together as one economic unit and sharing living expenses toward the benefit of the children in residence.
||Total Annual Household Income (THI)
||$0 - $30,164
||$30,165 - $36,627
||$36,628 - $47,399
||$47,400 - $59,249
||$59,250 - $75,408
||$75,409 - $87,207
||$87,208 - $102,596
||$102,597 - $128,245
THI does not include cost of living allowance (COLA) received in high cost areas, alimony or child support, temporary duty allowances or reimbursement for education expenses, veteran's benefits, worker's compensation benefits, or unemployment compensation (insurance).
DD Form 2652 must be used in determining THI. All earned income, as well as minimum BAH and BAS will be added to determine THI. Income will be verified from the military sponsor's most recent leave and earning statement and/or pay stub, earning statement or W-2 for military spouses or non-military personnel.
In case of divorced or legally separated parents, the sponsor must have custody of the child and the child must reside with the sponsor. Income of the sponsors household must be provided.
Parents not providing required income documentation will be charged the highest fee.
Fees are reviewed annually. At the time of the fee review, each parent is required to sign an agreement which states that the fees will be in effect through the contracted year.
All information provided will be kept confidential.