When do you receive the temporary and definitive allowance?
We grant the allowance temporarily if you meet the following conditions:
- You have a single-parent family.
- During this calendar year, you spent at least six months in one of the situations outlined below. If we investigate your entitlement within the first six months of the calendar year, we only look at the current calendar year, even if this period is shorter than six months:
You only receive replacement income for unemployment or because you are ill.
You receive replacement income for unemployment and a salary for part-time work.
As a self-employed person, you are deemed to be ill and you paid no contributions or you are covered by bankruptcy insurance.
In any other case, we send you a questionnaire to determine your gross income per month for the past year. You earn on average a maximum of € 2.452,41 gross per month, including any benefits and occupational income. As soon as we have received the list, we can determine whether or not you are entitled to a temporary allowance. We review the temporary allowance on your request or if we receive notice of a change to your family or occupational situation.
We grant the allowance on a permanent basis if we receive notice of your exact income from the tax services. We then also evaluate the previous period and pay you the allowance retrospectively if you did not receive an allowance but were entitled to one. If you received a temporary allowance without being entitled to one, we will ask you to repay the sums.