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8.13 OTHER GOODS AND SERVICES

Introduction

Other goods and services are those goods and services identified by the counselor and/or individual which can reasonably be expected to benefit the individual in terms of employability and are not described elsewhere in this chapter.

Examples

The following are examples of other goods and services:

1. payment of rent on premises to be used for a business in which a consumer is to be established (See Section 10.02 - Self-Employment)

2. insurance premiums for business equipment, premises and liability (See Section 10.02 - Self-Employment)

Economic Need

Other goods and services are provided contingent upon the individual's economic need status.

Comparable Benefits

Prior to authorizing payment for other goods and services, the counselor and consumer should fully explore the availability of comparable benefits.