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Income is calculated based on the most recent data available for a client – whether its the Intake, Annual Assessment, Update or Exit assessment. HUD Data Standards continue to  require annual assessments to be recorded within 30 days before or after the anniversary date of the client’s Project Entry Date. Therefore, if an assessment falls outside of that date range, the data will not be included in the calculations.
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