Nevada Public Health and Safety
Sec. § 439.645
“Income” defined.


Income means adjusted gross income, as defined in the Internal Revenue Code. The term includes, without limitation:

1.

Tax-free interest;

2.

The untaxed portion of a pension, individual retirement account or annuity;

3.

Railroad retirement benefits;

4.

Veterans pensions and compensation;

5.

Payments received pursuant to the federal Social Security Act, including supplemental security income, but excluding hospital and medical insurance benefits for persons who are aged or disabled;

6.

Public welfare payments, including allowances for shelter;

7.

Unemployment insurance benefits;

8.

Payments for lost time;

9.

Payments received from disability insurance;

10.

Disability payments received pursuant to workers compensation insurance;

11.

Alimony;

12.

Support payments;

13.

Allowances received by dependents of servicemen or servicewomen;

14.

The amount of recognized capital gains and losses excluded from adjusted gross income;

15.

Life insurance proceeds in excess of $5,000;

16.

Bequests and inheritances; and

17.

Gifts of cash of more than $300 not between household members and such other kinds of cash received by a household as the Department specifies by regulation.
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Dec. 9, 2019