Emergency Care Drugs Market Size 2021 Growing Rapidly with Modern Trends, Development Status, Investment Opportunities, Share, Revenue, Demand and Forecast to 2026 Says Industry Research Biz

Emergency Care Drugs Market Size 2021 Growing Rapidly with Modern Trends, Development Status, Investment Opportunities, Share, Revenue, Demand and Forecast to 2026 Says Industry Research Biz

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The report mainly studies the Emergency Care Drugs market dynamics, recent development and progression status, as well as investment opportunities, rate of growth, industry expansion strategies and latest technology. The report further optimizes the performance of the product, making it more widely used in downstream applications. Moreover, this research report categorizes the Emergency Care Drugs market by top players, region, type and end user. This report also studies the global Emergency Care Drugs market status, competitive landscape, market size, future trends, market drivers, opportunities analysis and challenges.

Market Analysis and Insights: Global Emergency Care Drugs Market

● Since the COVID-19 virus outbreak in December 2019, the disease has spread to almost 100 countries around the globe with the World Health Organization declaring it a public health emergency. The global impacts of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) are already starting to be felt, and will significantly affect the Emergency Care Drugs market in 2020.

● COVID-19 can affect the global economy in three main ways: by directly affecting production and demand, by creating supply chain and market disruption, and by its financial impact on firms and financial markets.

● The outbreak of COVID-19 has brought effects on many aspects, like flight cancellations; travel bans and quarantines; restaurants closed; all indoor events restricted; over forty countries state of emergency declared; massive slowing of the supply chain; stock market volatility; falling business confidence, growing panic among the population, and uncertainty about future.

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The comprehensive report provides a significant microscopic look at the market to identify the footprints of the manufacturers by knowing about the global revenue and price of manufacturers, and production by manufacturers during the forecast period.

The major players in the Emergency Care Drugs market include:

● GlaxoSmithKline
● Roche
● AbbVie
● Pfizer
● Eli Lilly
● Allergan
● Johnson and Johnson
● Nycomed (Takeda)
● Novartis
● Merck
● AstraZeneca
● Sanofi
● Abbott
● Amgen
● Tillotts Pharma
● Bristol-Myers Squibb Company
● Celgene Corporation
● Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
● KELUN
● Novo Nordisk A/S
● Eisai Co., Ltd.
● Daiichi Sankyo Company Limited
● Bayer AG
● Biogen, Inc.
● Takeda
● Huadong Medicine
● Dongbao Pharmaceutical
● Hisun Pharmacy
● KELUN
● Ginwa
● Tianan Pharmaceutical
● Jumpcan Pharmacy
● Guangzhou Baiyun Mountain
● SHIJIAZHUANG YILING PHARMACEUTICAL
● Wanbang Biopharmaceuticals
● Gan and Lee
● Taloph

On the basis of product, this report displays the production, revenue, price, market share and growth rate of each type, primarily split into:

● Central Excitant
● Sedative and Tranquilizer
● Pain Relievers
● Drug Resistance to Shock
● Improve Microcirculation Medicine
● Strong Heart Medicine
● Antiarrhythmias
● Vasodilator
● Water Electrolyte Balancing Agent

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On the basis of the end users/applications, this report focuses on the status and outlook for major applications/end users, consumption (sales), market share and growth rate for each application, including:

● Hospital
● Pharmaceutical And Biotechnology Companies
● Outpatient Surgical Centers And Clinics
● Academic And Research Organizations
● Other

Some of the key questions answered in this report:

● What will the market growth rate, growth momentum or acceleration market carries during the forecast period?

● Which are the key factors driving the Emergency Care Drugs market?

● What was the size of the emerging Emergency Care Drugs market by value in 2019?

● What will be the size of the emerging Emergency Care Drugs market in 2026?

● Which region is expected to hold the highest market share in the Emergency Care Drugs market?

● What trends, challenges and barriers will impact the development and sizing of the Global Emergency Care Drugs market?

● What are sales volume, revenue, and price analysis of top manufacturers of Emergency Care Drugs market?

● What are the Emergency Care Drugs market opportunities and threats faced by the vendors in the global Emergency Care Drugs Industry?

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Years considered for this report:

● Historical Years: 2015-2019

● Base Year: 2019

● Estimated Year: 2020

● Emergency Care Drugs Market Forecast Period: 2020-2026

With tables and figures helping analyse worldwide Global Emergency Care Drugs market trends, this research provides key statistics on the state of the industry and is a valuable source of guidance and direction for companies and individuals interested in the market.

Key Points from TOC:

1 Emergency Care Drugs Market Overview
1.1 Emergency Care Drugs Product Overview
1.2 Emergency Care Drugs Market Segment by Type
1.2.1 Type 1
1.2.2 Type 2
1.2.3 Type 3
1.2.4 Others
1.3 Global Emergency Care Drugs Market Size by Type (2015-2026)
1.3.1 Global Emergency Care Drugs Market Size Overview by Type (2015-2026)
1.3.2 Global Emergency Care Drugs Historic Market Size Review by Type (2015-2020)
1.3.3 Global Emergency Care Drugs Market Size Forecast by Type (2021-2026)
1.4 Key Regions Market Size Segment by Type (2015-2020)
1.4.1 North America Emergency Care Drugs Sales Breakdown by Type (2015-2026)
1.4.2 Europe Emergency Care Drugs Sales Breakdown by Type (2015-2026)
1.4.3 Asia-Pacific Emergency Care Drugs Sales Breakdown by Type (2015-2026)
1.4.4 Latin America Emergency Care Drugs Sales Breakdown by Type (2015-2026)
1.4.5 Middle East and Africa Emergency Care Drugs Sales Breakdown by Type (2015-2026)

2 Global Emergency Care Drugs Market Competition by Company
2.1 Global Top Players by Emergency Care Drugs Sales (2015-2020)
2.2 Global Top Players by Emergency Care Drugs Revenue (2015-2020)
2.3 Global Top Players Emergency Care Drugs Average Selling Price (ASP) (2015-2020)
2.4 Global Top Manufacturers Emergency Care Drugs Manufacturing Base Distribution, Sales Area, Product Type
2.5 Emergency Care Drugs Market Competitive Situation and Trends
2.5.1 Emergency Care Drugs Market Concentration Rate (2015-2020)
2.5.2 Global 5 and 10 Largest Manufacturers by Emergency Care Drugs Sales and Revenue in 2019
2.6 Global Top Manufacturers by Company Type (Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3) (based on the Revenue in Emergency Care Drugs as of 2019)
2.7 Date of Key Manufacturers Enter into Emergency Care Drugs Market
2.8 Key Manufacturers Emergency Care Drugs Product Offered
2.9 Mergers and Acquisitions, Expansion

3 Global Emergency Care Drugs Status and Outlook by Region (2015-2026)
3.1 Global Emergency Care Drugs Market Size and CAGR by Region: 2015 VS 2020 VS 2026
3.2 Global Emergency Care Drugs Market Size Market Share by Region (2015-2020)
3.3 Global Emergency Care Drugs Market Size Market Share by Region (2021-2026)
3.4 North America Emergency Care Drugs Market Size YoY Growth (2015-2026)
3.5 Asia-Pacific Emergency Care Drugs Market Size YoY Growth (2015-2026)
3.6 Europe Emergency Care Drugs Market Size YoY Growth (2015-2026)
3.7 Latin America Emergency Care Drugs Market Size YoY Growth (2015-2026)
3.8 Middle East and Africa Emergency Care Drugs Market Size YoY Growth (2015-2026)

4 Global Emergency Care Drugs by Application
4.1 Emergency Care Drugs Segment by Application
4.1.1 Application 1
4.1.2 Application 2
4.1.3 Application 3
4.1.4 Others
4.2 Global Emergency Care Drugs Sales by Application: 2015 VS 2020 VS 2026
4.3 Global Emergency Care Drugs Historic Sales by Application (2015-2020)
4.4 Global Emergency Care Drugs Forecasted Sales by Application (2021-2026)
4.5 Key Regions Emergency Care Drugs Market Size by Application

……………………………

10 Company Profiles and Key Figures in Emergency Care Drugs Business
10.1 Company Profile 1
10.1.1 Company Profile 1 Corporation Information
10.1.2 Company Profile 1 Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue
10.1.3 Company Profile 1 Emergency Care Drugs Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
10.1.4 Company Profile 1 Emergency Care Drugs Products Offered
10.1.5 Company Profile 1 Recent Development

10.2 Company Profile 2
10.2.1 Company Profile 2 Corporation Information
10.2.2 Company Profile 2 Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue
10.2.3 Company Profile 2 Emergency Care Drugs Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
10.2.4 Company Profile 2 Emergency Care Drugs Products Offered
10.2.5 Company Profile 2 Recent Development

10.3 Company Profile 3
10.3.1 Company Profile 3 Corporation Information
10.3.2 Company Profile 3 Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue
10.3.3 Company Profile 3 Emergency Care Drugs Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
10.3.4 Company Profile 3 Emergency Care Drugs Products Offered
10.3.5 Company Profile 3 Recent Development
…………………………….

11 Emergency Care Drugs Upstream, Opportunities, Challenges, Risks and Influences Factors Analysis
11.1 Emergency Care Drugs Key Raw Materials
11.1.1 Key Raw Materials
11.1.2 Key Raw Materials Price
11.1.3 Raw Materials Key Suppliers
11.2 Manufacturing Cost Structure
11.2.1 Raw Materials
11.2.2 Labor Cost
11.2.3 Manufacturing Expenses
11.3 Emergency Care Drugs Industrial Chain Analysis
11.4 Market Opportunities, Challenges, Risks and Influences Factors Analysis
11.4.1 Industry Trends
11.4.2 Market Drivers
11.4.3 Market Challenges
11.4.4 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

12 Market Strategy Analysis, Distributors
12.1 Sales Channel
12.2 Distributors
12.3 Downstream Customers

13 Research Findings and Conclusion

Continued.…………………………………………

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Excluded – When paid to a Third Party

Unearned – When paid directly to the client

Adoption Support

Excluded

Unearned

Excluded

Adult family home

See WAC 388-450-0080

Advance on wages (draws)

Earned

Agent Orange Act of 1991 

Excluded

Unearned – Monthly payments

Lump sum – See LUMP SUM PAYMENTS

Agent Orange disability payments, PL 101-201

Excluded

Alaska Permanent Fund distributions

Unearned

Alimony or spousal maintenance

Excluded – When client receives TANF/SFA and payment is included with child support order

Unearned – All other payments

Unearned

AmeriCorps income and all payments under the National and Community Service Trust Act of 1993

Excluded See WAC 388-450-0045                                                                                

AmeriCorps VISTA or Vista income

(NOTE: This is not the same as AmeriCorps only – See above)

Excluded

Excluded: If the VISTA volunteer received Basic Food or cash benefits when they joined the VISTA program,

Earned: If the person was a VISTA volunteer when they applied for benefits.

See WAC 388-450-0045

Excluded  See WAC 182-512-0780

Annuity

Unearned

Assistance from other agencies and organizations

See WAC 388-450-0055

Austrian General Social Insurance Act payments under section 500 through 506

Excluded

Unearned – Interest received on these payments

Income Type

Cash Assistance 

Basic Food

Classic Medical

Blood or plasma sales

Earned – See WAC 388-450-0080

Bona fide loans 

Excluded

Bonus

Earned – When received as an employee

Unearned – When received on an ongoing basis after employment has terminated

See LUMP SUM PAYMENTS – When received as one-time-payment after employment has terminated 

Earned – Incentive bonus based on employee performance

Unearned – All other bonus

Bureau of Indian Affairs General Assistance 

Unearned

Burial fund increase

Excluded – See RESOURCES

Excluded

Income Type

Cash Assistance 

Basic Food

Classic Medical

Cash benefits reduced as a result of sanction or non-cooperation

N/A

Unearned

Cash payments from government, public, or private medical or social service agency

See specific income type

Excluded – When provided for medical or social services

See WAC 182-512-0860

Cash prizes, awards. lottery winnings

See LUMP SUM PAYMENTS

Unearned

CEAP

N/A

Excluded

CEAP – For TANF/SFA households terminated while in WorkFirst sanction within the last six months.
(NCS termination) 

Unearned – TANF/SFA

Excluded

Census Bureau wages

Excluded – Earnings from temporary work for the recent census

Earned  – Earnings from permanent census employment

Charitable cash donations 

See WAC 388-450-0055

Child support received by the client

 Child support matrix

Excluded – TANF/SFA recipients

Unearned – Non-TANF/SFA

Civil liberties payments, PL 100-383. Restitution payments made under the Wartime Relocation of Civilian’s Act

Excluded

COLA increases in Title II SSA benefits

Unearned

See Income Special Disregards

Combat Veteran Program Funds

Excluded

Combat Pay – Special Pay while serving in a combat zone.

Excluded

Increased amount paid to assistance unit while service member is deployed to a combat zone.

Court Ordered Payments other than Child Support

Lump-Sum Payment

Amount paid as a one-time payment

Unearned

Amount paid in multiple (more than one) payments

Lump-Sum Payment – Amount paid as a one-time payment

See COUNTABLE INCOME AND LUMP SUM PAYMENT

Unearned – Amount paid in multiple (more than one) payments

Crime Victims Compensation Funds funded under PL 103-322 (Whether ran by state or federal program.)

Excluded

Crime Victims Compensation (State-funded benefit through L&I)

Unearned – Amount paid to replace lost wages

Reimbursement – See Reimbursements in this table

Income Type

Cash Assistance 

Basic Food

Classic Medical

Deemed income from an alien’s sponsor

Unearned – See WAC 388-450-0155, WAC 388-450-0156 and WAC 388-450-0160

Disaster assistance to farmers when authorized under the Secretary of Agriculture under PL 100-387

Excluded

Disaster relief & emergency assistance under PL 93-288, amended by PL 100-707 

Excluded

Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA)

Excluded

Diversion Cash Assistance (DCA)

N/A

Excluded – See LUMP SUM PAYMENTS

Dividends or Interest

Unearned

Drug (illicit) sales

Earned – Self-employment

Income Type

Cash Assistance 

Basic Food

Classic Medical

Earned income of a child

Excluded when meets the conditions in WAC 388-450-0070; otherwise Earned.

Earned Income In-Kind  (working in exchange for rent, vehicle, TV)

Earned

Excluded

Earned – If available income was diverted to in-kind income

Earned

Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)

Excluded – See RESOURCES

Economic Opportunity Act

Earned

Educational benefits 

Excluded

Earned

See WAC 388-450-0035 to allocate expenses.

Unearned

See WAC 388-450-0035 to allocate expenses.

Unearned

See WAC 182-512-0760 to allocate expenses.

Egg or sperm donation

Earned (Self-Employment) See WAC 388-450-0080

Energy assistance payments (LIHEAP)

Excluded

Income Type

Cash Assistance 

Basic Food

Classic Medical

Fellowships with work requirements

Earned

Flexible benefits

Earned – When client has option to cash out.  (Count the amount client can receive as cash whether or not they choose to receive the benefit in cash.)  See INCOME – Ownership and Availability

Food benefits under the Food and Nutrition Act of 2008 (includes tribal commodities)

Excluded

N/A

Persons cannot receive Basic Food and commodities through the Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR) at the same time.

Excluded

Food Service Program for Children under the National School Lunch Act of 1966, PL 92-433 and 93-150

Excluded

Foster Care Maintenance Payments

See WACs 388-450-0015 and 388-454-0015.

Excluded – When child receiving Foster Care payments isn’t included in the cash AU.

A child can’t receive foster care payments and TANF/SFA cash assistance at the same time. 

Unearned – When child is in AU

Excluded – When child isn’t in AU

Foster care retainer fees

Earned

Unearned

Earned

Foster Grandparents Program under Title II of P.L. 93-113

Excluded

Funds for shared household costs

Excluded

Income Type

Cash Assistance 

Basic Food

Classic Medical

Gambling winnings

Unearned

Gate money from adult corrections

Unearned

Excluded – See LUMP SUM PAYMENTS

Gift Cards

Excluded

Gifts

See WAC 388-450-0065

Excluded ≤ $30/quarter

Unearned ≥ $30/quarter

See Resources 

Gifts to Children with life-threatening conditions, PL 105-306

HUD Community Development block grant funds

HUD rental and/or utility subsidies under Section 8 of the housing act

Excluded

Income Type

Cash Assistance 

Basic Food

Classic Medical

Income a client’s ineligible or non-applying spouse receives from a government agency (such as CHORE services)

See specific income type

Excluded

Income specifically excluded from being counted as income under federal law 

Excluded

Income Tax refund

Excluded

Income which causes a client to lose SSI eligibility due solely to the reduction in the state supplement (SSP)

See specific income type

Excluded

Individual & Family Services (IFS) payments

N/A

Excluded

Infrequent or irregular income 

Excluded – If not reasonably anticipated. 

Unearned – If reasonably anticipated and greater than $30/quarter.

Excluded – Up to $30 earned per quarter

Excluded – Up to $60 unearned per quarter

Insurance settlements 

Excluded – See LUMP SUM PAYMENTS

Interest received on repayments made to the client

Unearned

Investment income

Unearned

Income Type

Cash Assistance 

Basic Food

Classic Medical

Job Corps income under WIA (WIOA)See WAC 388-450-0045

Excluded

Excluded – children ≤ 18 under parental control.

Earned – children ≤ 18 not under parental control or ≥19.

Excluded

See WAC 182-512-0780

Joint bank accounts *

Unearned – If client withdraws more than their share of the money

Jury duty income

Excluded

Excluded – Reimbursement

Earned – Daily pay over a period of time

One-Time-Payment – See Infrequent or irregular income

Unearned

Life estate income

Unearned

Loan repayments made to clients (principal only)

Excluded

Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Act (LIHEAA) under P.L. 99-425

Excluded

Lump Sum Payments

Excluded if awarded for wrongful death, personal injury, damage or loss of property.

Unearned – all other lump sums.

See WAC 388-455-0015

Excluded

Unearned – If a cash gift, See WAC 388-450-0065   Gifts – Cash and noncash

Income Type

Cash Assistance 

Basic Food

Classic Medical

Maternity leave pay (client still employed)

Earned

Meals

Disregarded – When provided by employer at no charge

Earned – When deducted from paycheck by employer

Earned – When received in lieu of wages

Military pay

Earned – Include total entitlements as the gross monthly income.

See Combat Pay for specific Combat Pay information.

Money excluded by the Social Security Administration (SSA) in a Plan for Achieving Self-Support (PASS) Under PL 102-237

Excluded

Money received for an absent or non-household member

Excluded

Unearned – Any portion retained by the AU

Money withheld for repayment

Excluded

Unearned – For intentional non-compliance with federal or state means-tested program overpayments

Excluded – All other overpayments

Montgomery GI Bill

See  Educational Benefits – Veteran’s Administration

Monthly allowances paid to children of Vietnam Veterans who are born with birth defects, PL 106-419,  PL 104-204

Excluded

Native American benefits & payments

See WAC 388-450-0040

Nutrition Assistance Program (NAP) benefits from Puerto Rico, American Samoa, or Northern Mariana Islands

Excluded

Excluded

Excluded

Income Type

Cash Assistance 

Basic Food

Classic Medical

Ongoing Additional Requirements 

Excluded

Excluded – Amount for service animal food

Unearned – All other ongoing additional requirements

On-the-job training (OJT) wages

See WAC 388-450-0045

Excluded if payments issued under WIA (WIOA) or support services from WorkFirst

Earned if training payments from vocational and rehabilitative programs are recognized by federal, state or local governments and if payment isn’t reimbursement

Excluded if for children ≤18 and under parental control for payments issued under WIA (WIOA)

Earned if client is ≥19 years old or ≤18 and not under parental control for payments under WIA (WIOA)

Opportunity Grants

See Educational Benefits

Paid Time Off (PTO) (i.e. Vacation/Sick leave pay)

Earned – if still employed

Excluded – Lump sum and if employment terminated

Unearned – More than one payment and if employment terminated

Panhandling

Unearned

Paid Family Medical Leave

(PFML)

PASS income is money excluded by the Social Security Administration (SSA) in a Plan for Achieving Self-Support (PASS) Under PL 102-237

Excluded

Payments under the Child Nutrition Act of 1966 P.L. 89-642

Excluded

Payments form the Dutch Government, under the Netherlands ‘ Act on Benefits for Victims of Persecution (WUV)

Excluded

Excluded

Unearned – Interest earned on these payments

Payments under the Federal Republic of Germany ‘s Law for Compensation of National Socialist Persecution or German Restitution Act

Excluded

Excluded

Unearned – Interest earned on these payments

Payments Under the Filipino Veterans Equity Compensation Fund

(Division A, Title X, Section1002 of American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 ARRA)

Excluded

Payments to persons age 55 and older under the Senior Community Services Employment Program (SCSEP) under Title V of the Older Americans Act of 1987.

Excluded

Earned if paid as a wage or salary

Excluded if reimbursement of expenses or payment for services such as education, clothing or transportation.

Pensions

Unearned

Prostitution

Earned – Self-employment

Public assistance (including tribal TANF)

Unearned

Income Type

Cash Assistance 

Basic Food

Classic Medical

Radiation exposure compensation, under PL 101-426 and PL 106-398 Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Act (EEOICA) 2000.

Excluded

Railroad Retirement Benefits (RRB)

Unearned

Real estate / mortgage sales and contracts

Contract – See RESOURCES

Unearned – Payments from contract

Unearned

Re-Employ Washington Workers (RWW) cash incentive

N/A

Unearned

N/A

Refund by any public agency of taxes paid on real property or on food

 N/A

Excluded

Reimbursements

Excluded

Unearned – Amounts in Excess of expenses

Earned – Amounts in Excess of expenses when paid by employer

Excluded

Unearned – Amounts that cover normal living expenses

Rental or lease property income See WAC 388-450-0080

Earned – Self-employment – if spending 20 hours/week or more managing the property

Unearned – if spending less than 20 hours/week managing the property. 

Representative payee fees

N/A

Excluded – When set up by SSA for SSI / SSDI recipients

  • Must not exceed the lesser of 10% of the monthly payment or $42.
  • Alcohol or drug payee fees must not exceed the lesser of 10% or $80.
  • SSA periodically adjusts the fees that a payee may charge for persons who receive SSI or SSD

    Unearned – For all others

    Excluded

    Residuals

    Earned

    Retirement

    Unearned

    Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) under Title II of P.L. 93-113

    Excluded

    Retroactive benefits (SSA, SSI, PA, UC, and VA)

    Excluded – See LUMP SUM PAYMENTS  

    Excluded

    Retroactive WCCC payments 

    Excluded

    Excluded – See RESOURCES

    Reverse mortgage

    Excluded

    Ricky Ray Hemophilia Relief Fund Act of 1998

    Unearned

    Excluded

    Room and board income

    See WAC 388-450-0080

    Royalties

    Unearned

    Earned

    Income Type

    Cash Assistance

    Basic Food

    Classic Medical

    Savings bond interest

    Unearned

    Securities income

    Unearned

    Security deposit refunds

    Excluded

    See RESOURCES

    Disregarded

    Self-employment income

    WAC 388-450-0080, 388-450-0085

    Earned – Self-employment

    Self-employment income normally allowed as an income deductions by the IRS

    Excluded

    Senior Companion Program under Title II of P.L. 93-113

      Excluded

    Settlements

    See LUMP SUM PAYMENTS

    Shared leave

    Earned

    SSDI

    Unearned

    SSI

    Excluded

    See WAC 388-408-0020 – client receiving SSI can’t receive TANF/SFA.

    Unearned

    SSI Income or State Supplement Payment (SSP) 

    Excluded

    Unearned

    Excluded

    Strike benefits

    Unearned

    Strike benefits for picket duty

    Earned

    Unearned

    Student loans

    See Educational Benefits

    Summer youth employment or training programs

    Earned

    Excluded – for children who meet age, school/attendance per WACs 388-450-0070 and 388-404-0005.

    Excluded

    Support payment on behalf of a household member (paid directly to a third party)

    See Vendor Payment in Worker Responsibilities

    Excluded

    Surrogate mother services

    Earned – Self-employment

    Earned – Self-employment

    Susan Walker v. Bayer Corporation, settlement funds

    N/A

    Unearned – Monthly Payment

    Lump Sum – See LUMP SUM PAYMENTS

    Excluded

    Unearned – Interest earned on these payments

    Income Type

    Cash Assistance

    Basic Food

    Classic Medical

    Tax rebates or special payments excluded under other laws

    Excluded

    Time loss compensation

    Unearned See WAC 388-450-0010

    Tips

    Earned

    Unearned – Under $20

    Earned – Over $20

    Title I, II, III of the Domestic Volunteer Act of 1973, PL 93-113 – Including VISTA

    Excluded

    Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act

    Earned

    Title I of the National & Community Service Trust Act of 1993 (NCSA) (includes AmeriCorps Programs & Higher Education Service – Learning Program)

    Excluded – See WAC 388-450-0045

    Training allowances for ABD/HEN clients

    See WAC 388-450-0045

    Training allowances from vocational and rehabilitation programs

    Earned when federal, state, or local government recognizes program and allowance isn’t a reimbursement.

    See WAC 388-450-0045

    Travel advances

    Earned – If a contract exists

    Earned – Minus expenses if no contract exists

    Unearned income in-kind (supplied)

    Excluded

    Unearned

    Unemployment Compensation (UC) – before deductions

    Unearned

    Uniform Relocation Assistance & Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970, PL 94-646, section 218

    Excluded

    Income Type

    Cash Assistance

    Basic Food

    Classic Medical

    Vendor payments

    Excluded

    Veteran Administration benefits (service connected compensation or improved pension)

    Unearned

    Unearned

    Veteran’s benefits designated for the veteran’s dependent

    Unearned

    Excluded to the individual

    Countable income to the dependent/spouse

    Veteran’s benefits designated as aid and attendance or housebound allowance

    Unearned

    Excluded

    Veteran’s benefits designated as Unusual Medical Expenses (UME)

    Unearned

    Excluded

    Victims of Nazi Persecution payments under P.L. 103-286

    Excluded

    VOLAG – One time payments

    Excluded

    VOLAG – Ongoing payments including Matching Grant Program

    Unearned Counted as assistance from another agency or organization under WAC 388-450-0055.

    Wages, salaries, commissions, profits

    Earned

    Witness pay

    Excluded – See WAC 388-450-0055

    Excluded  – Reimbursement

    Earned  – Daily pay over a period of time

    If a One-time-payment – See Infrequent or irregular income

    Women, Infants & Children benefits (WIC)

    Excluded

    Work experience wages from Employment Security Department

    See OJT

    WorkFirst Supportive Service payments

    Excluded

    See WAC 388-450-0045

    WorkForce Training Funds – Training Completion (TECA)

    See WAC 388-450-0055

    Unearned  – May be reduced by educational expenses

    Work related expenses

    N/A

    Excluded – If impairment related

    Work study

    See Educational Benefits

    Source: www.dshs.wa.gov


    DTF Tax-Free Income Inc. (NYSE:DTF) to Issue $0.48 — Dividend

    DTF Tax-Free Income Inc. (NYSE:DTF) to Issue $0.48 — Dividend

    DTF Tax-Free Income logoDTF Tax-Free Income Inc. (NYSE:DTF) announced a — dividend on Saturday, December 19th, investing.com reports. Shareholders of record on Thursday, December 31st will be paid a dividend of 0.48 per share by the investment management company on Monday, January 11th. This represents a yield of 3.27%. The ex-dividend date of this dividend is Wednesday, December 30th.

    Shares of NYSE DTF opened at $14.70 on Monday. The stock has a 50-day moving average price of $14.69 and a two-hundred day moving average price of $14.44. DTF Tax-Free Income has a 12 month low of $10.53 and a 12 month high of $15.58.

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    Financial lessons of 2020 – The Manila Times

    Financial lessons of 2020 – The Manila Times

    Merriam Webster’s word of the year is “pandemic.” No surprise, since a pandemic hit the world this year, affecting not only our lives, but also our wallets. Have our finances been in chaos or have we come through the pandemic well? Are we prepared for what’s next? It’s a good time to look at our financial situation and make some positive changes. But first, we need to learn the financial lessons of 2020:

    – The need for an emergency fund is real. I can’t emphasize this enough. Having such a fund would provide a cushion against unexpected setbacks, such as illnesses and unemployment. Most people should have learned this by now. Although the suggested amount for the fund is three to six months’ worth of your expenses, you may need to save up for more after this year. Sure, putting more cash in a low-yielding account produces less returns, but this creates more peace of mind.

    – Black swans happen. A black swan is an unpredictable and unusual event. Though rare, it has potentially severe and wide-reaching consequences if it happens. This year was the first time a pandemic occurred in more than a hundred years. Your portfolio should be able to withstand a black swan like this. The key is to prepare properly by having a low leveraged diversified portfolio.

    – Diversify. While focus and concentration build wealth, diversification protects it. You don’t really notice its importance until a crisis strikes. This year, most industries were hit hard by the pandemic, but a few did bloom. Having a well-diversified portfolio protects you from sudden events and helps reduce the volatility of your investments while producing multiple income streams.

    – Don’t overleverage. Although borrowing can speed up wealth accumulation, it can also destroy it. The key is balance. One simple way to see if you are in good shape is if you are able to pay off your debts monthly. If not, keeping track of your cash inflows and outflows should help. You can also try to improve your savings and spending habits.

    – Plan and prepare. Planning goes a long way. The process itself is a revealing one. Planning helps us reassess our current situation and readjust to it. As Warren Buffett once put it: “Predicting rain doesn’t count, building an ark does.’’ Those who have planned and prepared for crises would have been rewarded.

    – “Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity.” This quote is attributed to the Roman philosopher Seneca. Most opportunities closed this year, but some opened up. Stocks that had been sold down at the beginning of the pandemic rebounded by yearend. For example, in March every stock was sold down. These included those in telecommunications firms, supermarkets, canned-good makers and utilities. A month later, these went up double digits as the market now realized they were essential and would grow amid the pandemic. Others are finding good opportunities in buying properties from cash-strapped sellers.

    – Always have a Plan B. Always have a backup plan in case what you expected does not play out. We all had plans for our travels and income targets for the year, but most were thrown out the window because of the pandemic.

    – “Don’t fight the Fed.” Marty Zweig is credited with this saying in his book Winning on Wall Street in the 1970s. According to him, monetary climate — mainly the trend in interest rates and central bank policy — is the dominant factor in determining the stock market’s major direction. Despite the negative impact of the pandemic on the economy, our market has been very resilient and is only down by a single digit this year. Some stocks even have higher prices now than before the pandemic. Treasury rates, however, have largely fallen. This low interest-rate environment has greatly supported our local market.

    – Keep learning. Those who thrived this year are those who learned new skills, started new ventures, and found new ways to create additional income. The more teachable and open you are, the more opportunities you will have to increase your income.

    – Invest for the long term. There will always be ups and downs, but we all know by looking at historical data that markets bounce back and go even higher. Abandoning investments during a downturn may temporarily give a sense of relief, but those who sold at the bottom would miss the chance to enjoy a comeback later.

    – We can live a simple life. A reduced income has forced us to limit our expenses to the bare essentials. People learned new recipes as they eat at home. Some also learned to repair than replace. We gave ourselves a chance to uncover our hidden talents and skills while saving some money.

    Josefino R. Gomez is a registered financial planner of RFP Philippines. To learn more about personal financial planning, attend the 87th RFP program in January 2021. For inquiries, email info@rfp.ph or text <name><e-mail> <RFP> at 09176248110.

    Source: www.manilatimes.net

    Author: By Josefino R. Gomez


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