Which assets should I include when calculating the household asset amount?

Only liquid assets are included when considering the maximum asset limit amount of $7,500. Qualified retirement accounts, like 401k and IRA funds, are excluded, as is personal property like furniture and cars. However, liquid asset accounts (including, but not limited to checking, savings, investment portfolios, CDs, virtual currency and equity in properties other than the primary home) for all household members are included in the calculation.

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1. My residence is not located in the City limits according to your map. Can I still apply?
2. My hardship is not related to COVID-19. Can I still apply?
3. What is considered a financial hardship due to the coronavirus pandemic?
4. I am not behind on my payments, but am unable to pay for my current month’s rent or mortgage payment due to COVID-19. Can I still apply?
5. Can I apply for future payments?
6. Can I apply for more assistance from your CDBG-CV program in the future if I need it?
7. Can I request assistance for my electricity account or my association dues only?
8. Can I apply for assistance if I have already received assistance from your CRF program, or other area programs?
9. Do I include income that my minor child receives in my household income calculation?
10. Do I include unemployment benefits in my income calculation?
11. Which assets should I include when calculating the household asset amount?
12. Does a person have to be a citizen or permanent resident alien to receive assistance?
13. I am filling out the application on my phone and cannot get past the first screen to input my Parcel Control Number. How do I move on to the next page?