9. The First, Second, Third and Fourth Schedules to the principal Regulations are deleted and the following Schedules substituted therefor:TOTAL VALUE OF ALL BENEFITS WHICH EMPLOYED ELIGIBLE MEMBER REFERRED TO IN REGULATION 5(2)(a) IS ENTITLED TO RECEIVE IN RELEVANT YEAR 


1. The total value of all benefits which an employed eligible member is entitled to receive in any relevant year, where he satisfies the requirement under regulation 3(1)(d)(ii), shall be as set out in the following table, if the relevant year is 2007, 2008 or 2009:Average monthly wage of employed eligible member 
 Age of employed eligible member on 31st December of relevant year 


Attained 35 years of age but below 45 years of age 
 Attained 45 years of age but below 55 years of age 
 Attained 55 years of age but below 60 years of age 
 

More than $50 but not more than $500 
 9/5 times the member’s average monthly wage (rounded to the nearest dollar) 
 12/5 times the member’s average monthly wage (rounded to the nearest dollar) 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between 46/15 times the member’s average monthly wage and $33.33 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between 46/15 times the member’s average monthly wage and $33.33 
 More than $500 but not more than $1,000 
   The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 3/5 times the member’s average monthly wage and $1,200 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 9/5 times the member’s average monthly wage and $600 
 More than $1,000 but less than $1,500 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $2,700 and 9/5 times the member’s average monthly wage 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $3,600 and 12/5 times the member’s average monthly wage 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $5,400 and 18/5 times the member’s average monthly wage 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $7,200 and 24/5 times the member’s average monthly wage 



2. The total value of all benefits which an employed eligible member is entitled to receive in any relevant year, where he satisfies the requirement under regulation 3(1)(d)(ii), shall be as set out in the following table, if the relevant year is 2010 or any subsequent year:Average monthly wage of employed eligible member 
 Age of employed eligible member on 31st December of relevant year 


Attained 35 years of age but below 45 years of age 
 Attained 45 years of age but below 55 years of age 
 Attained 55 years of age but below 60 years of age 
 

More than $50 but not more than $500 
 1.8 times the member’s average monthly wage (rounded to the nearest dollar) 
 2.4 times the member’s average monthly wage (rounded to the nearest dollar) 
 3 times the member’s average monthly wage (rounded to the nearest dollar) 
 3 times the member’s average monthly wage (rounded to the nearest dollar) 
 More than $500 but not more than $1,000 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 0.3 times the member’s average monthly wage and $750 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 0.4 times the member’s average monthly wage and $1,000 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 1.2 times the member’s average monthly wage and $900 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 2.6 times the member’s average monthly wage and $200 
 More than $1,000 but not more than $1,700 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $2,550 and 1.5 times the member’s average monthly wage 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $3,400 and 2 times the member’s average monthly wage 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $5,100 and 3 times the member’s average monthly wage 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $6,800 and 4 times the member’s average monthly wage 



Regulation 5(2)(b) and (5) 
TOTAL VALUE OF ALL BENEFITS WHICH EMPLOYED ELIGIBLE MEMBER REFERRED TO IN REGULATION 5(2)(b) IS ENTITLED TO RECEIVE IN RELEVANT YEAR AND VALUE OF BENEFITS WHICH EMPLOYED ELIGIBLE MEMBER IS ENTITLED TO RECEIVE PROVISIONALLY IN RELEVANT YEAR 


1. The total value of all benefits which an employed eligible member is entitled to receive in any relevant year, where he satisfies the requirement under regulation 3(1)(d)(i) but fails to satisfy the requirement under regulation 3(1)(d)(ii), and the value of the benefits which an employed eligible member is entitled to receive provisionally in any relevant year, shall be as set out in the following table, if the relevant year is 2007, 2008 or 2009:Average monthly wage of employed eligible member 
 Age of employed eligible member on 31st December of relevant year 


Attained 35 years of age but below 45 years of age 
 Attained 45 years of age but below 55 years of age 
 Attained 55 years of age but below 60 years of age 
 

More than $50 but not more than $500 
 9/10 times the member’s average monthly wage (rounded to the nearest dollar) 
 6/5 times the member’s average monthly wage (rounded to the nearest dollar) 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between 23/15 times the member’s average monthly wage and $16.67 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between 23/15 times the member’s average monthly wage and $16.67 
 More than $500 but not more than $1,000 
   The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 3/10 times the member’s average monthly wage and $600 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 9/10 times the member’s average monthly wage and $300 
 More than $1,000 but less than $1,500 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $1,350 and 9/10 times the member’s average monthly wage 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $1,800 and 6/5 times the member’s average monthly wage 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $2,700 and 9/5 times the member’s average monthly wage 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $3,600 and 12/5 times the member’s average monthly wage 



2. The total value of all benefits which an employed eligible member is entitled to receive in any relevant year, where he satisfies the requirement under regulation 3(1)(d)(i) but fails to satisfy the requirement under regulation 3(1)(d)(ii), and the value of the benefits which an employed eligible member is entitled to receive provisionally in any relevant year, shall be as set out in the following table, if the relevant year is 2010 or any subsequent year:Average monthly wage of employed eligible member 
 Age of employed eligible member on 31st December of relevant year 


Attained 35 years of age but below 45 years of age 
 Attained 45 years of age but below 55 years of age 
 Attained 55 years of age but below 60 years of age 
 

More than $50 but not more than $500 
 0.9 times the member’s average monthly wage (rounded to the nearest dollar) 
 1.2 times the member’s average monthly wage (rounded to the nearest dollar) 
 1.5 times the member’s average monthly wage (rounded to the nearest dollar) 
 1.5 times the member’s average monthly wage (rounded to the nearest dollar) 
 More than $500 but not more than $1,000 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 0.15 times the member’s average monthly wage and $375 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 0.2 times the member’s average monthly wage and $500 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 0.6 times the member’s average monthly wage and $450 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 1.3 times the member’s average monthly wage and $100 
 More than $1,000 but not more than $1,700 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $1,275 and 0.75 times the member’s average monthly wage 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $1,700 and 1 time the member’s average monthly wage 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $2,550 and 1.5 times the member’s average monthly wage 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $3,400 and 2 times the member’s average monthly wage 



TOTAL VALUE OF ALL BENEFITS WHICH SELFEMPLOYED ELIGIBLE MEMBER REFERRED TO IN REGULATION 6(2)(a) IS ENTITLED TO RECEIVE IN RELEVANT YEAR 


1. The total value of all benefits which a selfemployed eligible member is entitled to receive in any relevant year, where he satisfies the requirement under regulation 4(1)(d)(i) or (ii)(B), shall be as set out in the following table, if the relevant year is 2007, 2008 or 2009:Income of selfemployed eligible member in relevant year 
 Age of selfemployed eligible member on 31st December of relevant year 


Attained 35 years of age but below 45 years of age 
 Attained 45 years of age but below 55 years of age 
 Attained 55 years of age but below 60 years of age 
 

 1/10 times the member’s income in the relevant year (rounded to the nearest dollar) or $60, whichever is more 
 2/15 times the member’s income in the relevant year (rounded to the nearest dollar) or $80, whichever is more 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between 23/135 times the member’s income in the relevant year and $22.22, or $80, whichever is more 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between 23/135 times the member’s income in the relevant year and $22.22, or $80, whichever is more 
 More than $6,000 but not more than $12,000 
   The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 1/30 times the member’s income in the relevant year and $800 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 1/10 times the member’s income in the relevant year and $400 
 More than $12,000 but less than $18,000 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $1,800 and 1/10 times the member’s income in the relevant year 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $2,400 and 2/15 times the member’s income in the relevant year 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $3,600 and 1/5 times the member’s income in the relevant year 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $4,800 and 4/15 times the member’s income in the relevant year 



2. The total value of all benefits which a selfemployed eligible member is entitled to receive in any relevant year, where he satisfies the requirement under regulation 4(1)(d)(i) or (ii)(B), shall be as set out in the following table, if the relevant year is 2010 or any subsequent year:Income of selfemployed eligible member in relevant year 
 Age of selfemployed eligible member on 31st December of relevant year 


Attained 35 years of age but below 45 years of age 
 Attained 45 years of age but below 55 years of age 
 Attained 55 years of age but below 60 years of age 
 

 1/10 times the member’s income in the relevant year (rounded to the nearest dollar) or $60, whichever is more 
 2/15 times the member’s income in the relevant year (rounded to the nearest dollar) or $80, whichever is more 
 1/6 times the member’s income in the relevant year (rounded to the nearest dollar) or $100, whichever is more 
 1/6 times the member’s income in the relevant year (rounded to the nearest dollar) or $100, whichever is more 
 More than $6,000 but not more than $12,000 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 1/60 times the member’s income in the relevant year and $500 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 1/45 times the member’s income in the relevant year and $666.67 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 1/15 times the member’s income in the relevant year and $600 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 13/90 times the member’s income in the relevant year and $133.33 
 More than $12,000 but not more than $20,400 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $1,700 and 1/12 times the member’s income in the relevant year 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $2,266.67 and 1/9 times the member’s income in the relevant year 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $3,400 and 1/6 times the member’s income in the relevant year 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $4,533.33 and 2/9 times the member’s income in the relevant year 



TOTAL VALUE OF ALL BENEFITS WHICH SELFEMPLOYED ELIGIBLE MEMBER REFERRED TO IN REGULATION 6(2)(b) IS ENTITLED TO RECEIVE IN RELEVANT YEAR 


1. The total value of all benefits which a selfemployed eligible member is entitled to receive in any relevant year, where he satisfies the requirement under regulation 4(1)(d)(ii)(A) but fails to satisfy the requirement under regulation 4(1)(d)(ii)(B), shall be as set out in the following table, if the relevant year is 2007, 2008 or 2009:Income of selfemployed eligible member in relevant year 
 Age of selfemployed eligible member on 31st December of relevant year 


Attained 35 years of age but below 45 years of age 
 Attained 45 years of age but below 55 years of age 
 Attained 55 years of age but below 60 years of age 
 

 1/20 times the member’s income in the relevant year (rounded to the nearest dollar) or $30, whichever is more 
 1/15 times the member’s income in the relevant year (rounded to the nearest dollar) or $40, whichever is more 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between 23/270 times the member’s income in the relevant year and $11.11, or $40, whichever is more 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between 23/270 times the member’s income in the relevant year and $11.11, or $40, whichever is more 
 More than $6,000 but not more than $12,000 
   The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 1/60 times the member’s income in the relevant year and $400 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 1/20 times the member’s income in the relevant year and $200 
 More than $12,000 but less than $18,000 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $900 and 1/20 times the member’s income in the relevant year 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $1,200 and 1/15 times the member’s income in the relevant year 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $1,800 and 1/10 times the member’s income in the relevant year 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $2,400 and 2/15 times the member’s income in the relevant year 



2. The total value of all benefits which a selfemployed eligible member is entitled to receive in any relevant year, where he satisfies the requirement under regulation 4(1)(d)(ii)(A) but fails to satisfy the requirement under regulation 4(1)(d)(ii)(B), shall be as set out in the following table, if the relevant year is 2010 or any subsequent year:Income of selfemployed eligible member in relevant year 
 Age of selfemployed eligible member on 31st December of relevant year 


Attained 35 years of age but below 45 years of age 
 Attained 45 years of age but below 55 years of age 
 Attained 55 years of age but below 60 years of age 
 

 1/20 times the member’s income in the relevant year (rounded to the nearest dollar) or $30, whichever is more 
 1/15 times the member’s income in the relevant year (rounded to the nearest dollar) or $40, whichever is more 
 1/12 times the member’s income in the relevant year (rounded to the nearest dollar) or $50, whichever is more 
 1/12 times the member’s income in the relevant year (rounded to the nearest dollar) or $50, whichever is more 
 More than $6,000 but not more than $12,000 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 1/120 times the member’s income in the relevant year and $250 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 1/90 times the member’s income in the relevant year and $333.34 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 1/30 times the member’s income in the relevant year and $300 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 13/180 times the member’s income in the relevant year and $66.67 
 More than $12,000 but not more than $20,400 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $850 and 1/24 times the member’s income in the relevant year 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $1,133.34 and 1/18 times the member’s income in the relevant year 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $1,700 and 1/12 times the member’s income in the relevant year 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $2,266.67 and 1/9 times the member’s income in the relevant year 



VALUE OF BENEFITS WHICH SELFEMPLOYED ELIGIBLE MEMBER IS ENTITLED TO RECEIVE PROVISIONALLY IN RELEVANT YEAR 


1. The value of the benefits which a selfemployed eligible member is entitled to receive provisionally in any relevant year shall be as set out in the following table, if the relevant year is 2007, 2008 or 2009:Income of selfemployed eligible member in relevant period 
 Age of selfemployed eligible member on 31st December of relevant year 


Attained 35 years of age but below 45 years of age 
 Attained 45 years of age but below 55 years of age 
 Attained 55 years of age but below 60 years of age 
 

 1/10 times the member’s income in the relevant period (rounded to the nearest dollar) or $30, whichever is more 
 2/15 times the member’s income in the relevant period (rounded to the nearest dollar) or $40, whichever is more 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between 23/135 times the member’s income in the relevant period and $11.11, or $40, whichever is more 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between 23/135 times the member’s income in the relevant period and $11.11, or $40, whichever is more 
 More than $3,000 but not more than $6,000 
   The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 1/30 times the member’s income in the relevant period and $400 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 1/10 times the member’s income in the relevant period and $200 
 More than $6,000 but less than $9,000 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $900 and 1/10 times the member’s income in the relevant period 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $1,200 and 2/15 times the member’s income in the relevant period 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $1,800 and 1/5 times the member’s income in the relevant period 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $2,400 and 4/15 times the member’s income in the relevant period 



2. The value of the benefits which a selfemployed eligible member is entitled to receive provisionally in any relevant year shall be as set out in the following table, if the relevant year is 2010 or any subsequent year:Income of selfemployed eligible member in relevant period 
 Age of selfemployed eligible member on 31st December of relevant year 


Attained 35 years of age but below 45 years of age 
 Attained 45 years of age but below 55 years of age 
 Attained 55 years of age but below 60 years of age 
 

 1/10 times the member’s income in the relevant period (rounded to the nearest dollar) or $30, whichever is more 
 2/15 times the member’s income in the relevant period (rounded to the nearest dollar) or $40, whichever is more 
 1/6 times the member’s income in the relevant period (rounded to the nearest dollar) or $50, whichever is more 
 1/6 times the member’s income in the relevant period (rounded to the nearest dollar) or $50, whichever is more 
 More than $3,000 but not more than $6,000 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 1/60 times the member’s income in the relevant period and $250 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 1/45 times the member’s income in the relevant period and $333.34 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 1/15 times the member’s income in the relevant period and $300 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 13/90 times the member’s income in the relevant period and $66.67 
 More than $6,000 but not more than $10,200 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $850 and 1/12 times the member’s income in the relevant period 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $1,133.34 and 1/9 times the member’s income in the relevant period 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $1,700 and 1/6 times the member’s income in the relevant period 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $2,266.67 and 2/9 times the member’s income in the relevant period 



3. In this Schedule, “relevant period” means the period of 6 months referred to in regulation 6(4)(b). 
TOTAL VALUE OF ALL BENEFITS WHICH DUAL STATUS ELIGIBLE MEMBER REFERRED TO IN REGULATION 6A(3)(a) IS ENTITLED TO RECEIVE IN RELEVANT YEAR 


1. The total value of all benefits which a dual status eligible member is entitled to receive in any relevant year, where he satisfies the requirement under regulation 4A(1)(d)(i)(A)(AB) or (ii)(A)(AB), shall be as set out in the following table, if the relevant year is 2007, 2008 or 2009:Average monthly income of dual status eligible member 
 Age of dual status eligible member on 31st December of relevant year 


Attained 35 years of age but below 45 years of age 
 Attained 45 years of age but below 55 years of age 
 Attained 55 years of age but below 60 years of age 
 

More than $50 but not more than $500 
 9/5 times the member’s average monthly income (rounded to the nearest dollar) 
 12/5 times the member’s average monthly income (rounded to the nearest dollar) 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between 46/15 times the member’s average monthly income and $33.33 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between 46/15 times the member’s average monthly income and $33.33 
 More than $500 but not more than $1,000 
   The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 3/5 times the member’s average monthly income and $1,200 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 9/5 times the member’s average monthly income and $600 
 More than $1,000 but less than $1,500 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $2,700 and 9/5 times the member’s average monthly income 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $3,600 and 12/5 times the member’s average monthly income 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $5,400 and 18/5 times the member’s average monthly income 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $7,200 and 24/5 times the member’s average monthly income 



2. The total value of all benefits which a dual status eligible member is entitled to receive in any relevant year, where he satisfies the requirement under regulation 4A(1)(d)(i)(A)(AB) or (ii)(A)(AB), shall be as set out in the following table, if the relevant year is 2010 or any subsequent year:Average monthly income of dual status eligible member 
 Age of dual status eligible member on 31st December of relevant year 


Attained 35 years of age but below 45 years of age 
 Attained 45 years of age but below 55 years of age 
 Attained 55 years of age but below 60 years of age 
 

More than $50 but not more than $500 
 1.8 times the member’s average monthly income (rounded to the nearest dollar) 
 2.4 times the member’s average monthly income (rounded to the nearest dollar) 
 3 times the member’s average monthly income (rounded to the nearest dollar) 
 3 times the member’s average monthly income (rounded to the nearest dollar) 
 More than $500 but not more than $1,000 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 0.3 times the member’s average monthly income and $750 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 0.4 times the member’s average monthly income and $1,000 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 1.2 times the member’s average monthly income and $900 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 2.6 times the member’s average monthly income and $200 
 More than $1,000 but not more than $1,700 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $2,550 and 1.5 times the member’s average monthly income 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $3,400 and 2 times the member’s average monthly income 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $5,100 and 3 times the member’s average monthly income 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $6,800 and 4 times the member’s average monthly income 



3. In this Schedule, “average monthly income” has the same meaning as in regulation 4A(8). 
Regulation 6A(3)(b) and (6) 
TOTAL VALUE OF ALL BENEFITS WHICH DUAL STATUS ELIGIBLE MEMBER REFERRED TO IN REGULATION 6A(3)(b) IS ENTITLED TO RECEIVE IN RELEVANT YEAR AND VALUE OF BENEFITS WHICH DUAL STATUS ELIGIBLE MEMBER IS ENTITLED TO RECEIVE PROVISIONALLY IN RELEVANT YEAR 


1. The total value of all benefits which a dual status eligible member is entitled to receive in any relevant year, where he satisfies the requirement under regulation 4A(1)(d)(i)(A)(AA) but fails to satisfy the requirement under regulation 4A(1)(d)(i)(A)(AB), or satisfies the requirement under regulation 4A(1)(d)(ii)(A)(AA) but fails to satisfy the requirement under regulation 4A(1)(d)(ii)(A)(AB), shall be as set out in the following table, if the relevant year is 2007, 2008 or 2009:Average monthly income of dual status eligible member 
 Age of dual status eligible member on 31st December of relevant year 


Attained 35 years of age but below 45 years of age 
 Attained 45 years of age but below 55 years of age 
 Attained 55 years of age but below 60 years of age 
 

More than $50 but not more than $500 
 9/10 times the member’s average monthly income (rounded to the nearest dollar) 
 6/5 times the member’s average monthly income (rounded to the nearest dollar) 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between 23/15 times the member’s average monthly income and $16.67 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between 23/15 times the member’s average monthly income and $16.67 
 More than $500 but not more than $1,000 
   The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 3/10 times the member’s average monthly income and $600 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 9/10 times the member’s average monthly income and $300 
 More than $1,000 but less than $1,500 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $1,350 and 9/10 times the member’s average monthly income 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $1,800 and 6/5 times the member’s average monthly income 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $2,700 and 9/5 times the member’s average monthly income 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $3,600 and 12/5 times the member’s average monthly income 



2. The total value of all benefits which a dual status eligible member is entitled to receive in any relevant year, where he satisfies the requirement under regulation 4A(1)(d)(i)(A)(AA) but fails to satisfy the requirement under regulation 4A(1)(d)(i)(A)(AB), or satisfies the requirement under regulation 4A(1)(d)(ii)(A)(AA) but fails to satisfy the requirement under regulation 4A(1)(d)(ii)(A)(AB), and the value of the benefits which a dual status eligible member is entitled to receive provisionally in any relevant year, shall be as set out in the following table, if the relevant year is 2010 or any subsequent year:Average monthly income of dual status eligible member 
 Age of dual status eligible member on 31st December of relevant year 


Attained 35 years of age but below 45 years of age 
 Attained 45 years of age but below 55 years of age 
 Attained 55 years of age but below 60 years of age 
 

More than $50 but not more than $500 
 0.9 times the member’s average monthly income (rounded to the nearest dollar) 
 1.2 times the member’s average monthly income (rounded to the nearest dollar) 
 1.5 times the member’s average monthly income (rounded to the nearest dollar) 
 1.5 times the member’s average monthly income (rounded to the nearest dollar) 
 More than $500 but not more than $1,000 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 0.15 times the member’s average monthly income and $375 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 0.2 times the member’s average monthly income and $500 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 0.6 times the member’s average monthly income and $450 
 The sum (rounded to the nearest dollar) of 1.3 times the member’s average monthly income and $100 
 More than $1,000 but not more than $1,700 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $1,275 and 0.75 times the member’s average monthly income 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $1,700 and 1 time the member’s average monthly income 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $2,550 and 1.5 times the member’s average monthly income 
 The difference (rounded to the nearest dollar) between $3,400 and 2 times the member’s average monthly income 



3. In this Schedule, “average monthly income” has the same meaning as in regulation 4A(8).”. 

