Please follow the instructions below when an applicant has an account credit, including Subsidy credits, when applying for the Crisis Component.

Determine the minimum amount required by the vendor to alleviate the crisis;

- Subtract the amount of the account credit to determine the minimum amount necessary;
- Determine the copay;
- Determine the crisis benefit amount.

__Bulk Fuel Credit Calculation:__

For Bulk Fuels, the account credit will need to be converted to gallons and subtracted from minimum gallons needed.

Take the gallons needed, then subtract the gallon equivalent for the $ credit (gallon equivalent = $credit / price per gallon)

Example:

The client needs 200 Gallons

They have a $100 subsidy credit

The cost is $2 per gallon (credit/price per gallon)

Enter 150 into the quantity field on the Crisis Application in CASTiNET (200 - ($100/$2))

__EXAMPLE:__

Applicant for propane, has a credit of $100; the price per gallon is $3; copay is 10%; vendor requires a minimum of 100 gallons.

The minimum required by the vendor = 100 gallons or $300 (100 x $3);

Account Credit of $100 is applied to determine the minimum amount necessary to alleviate the crisis = $200.00 ($300-$100);

10% copay = $20 (10% x $200.00)

Crisis Benefit = $180 ($200-$20)

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