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The amount of RSA depends on your resources and those of your household members.
The resources taken into account are:
- Earnings from paid employment (wages, bonuses, overtime, pre-funded Escs, severance pay, compensatory leave with pay, notice, etc.)
- Income from self-employment
- Volunteer allowance in some
- Daily maternity, paternity, adoption
- Daily sick pay, industrial accident, occupational disease
- Partial unemployment benefits
- Unemployment benefits (return-to-work allowance, occupational security allowance)
- Pensions, pensions, pensions
- Daily subsistence allowance for a person at the end of his life
- Compensation paid to asbestos victims
- Compensatory benefits
- Exceptional resources (sale of a house, building, land, inheritance, gains at games, etc.)
- Capital investments (non-productive assets of real income are considered to produce fictitiously an annual income equal to 3% their amount (e.g. life insurance contract).
However, booklet A is not affected by the 3% :: you only have to report interest collected annually.
Current account amounts are not included in the calculation of the HSA.
- Orphan's pension
- Some family benefits (family allowance, family supplement, family support allowance, etc.)
- Allowance for adults with disabilities (AAH)
- Supplementary Disability Allowance (ASI)
- Monthly flat-rate return on business
- Rent of a leased building
- Rental value of a dwelling, local or unrented land
- Maintenance allowance received from child welfare as a trustworthy third party
These resources are taken into account differently.
For more information, please refer to the quarterly resource report form and if necessary contact your Caf or MSA..