Nonrecurring income is any type of income (e.g., Title II, wages, and deemed income, without consideration of
the deemor’s income type) that is present in the first month of a TCC, but not in
the second. For the purposes of determining nonrecurring income, the J and H codes
are treated as identical. All Title II income codes (A, G, and W) are treated as identical.
An increase or decrease in the amount of income with the same type code present in
both months (e.g., wages go from $300 to $200) does not qualify as nonrecurring income.
The “frequency” code (N, T, or C) is not controlling. If wages are present in the
first month and coded T, but not present in the second, this is nonrecurring income.
Conversely, if wages are present in the first month and coded N or T, and wages are
present in the second month and coded N or C, this is not nonrecurring income.