317:35-6-44. Determination of whether a household member's income is counted
(a) Unless a household member falls into an exception listed in this Section, his or her income counts for him or herself and for all members of all households of which the individual is a member.
(b) The income of the following individuals is not included in household income of the household to which the exception applies:
(1) Individuals included in a household of which their biological, adoptive or step parent(s) is/are also member(s), who are not expected to be required to file a tax return for the tax year during which eligibility is being determined (regardless of whether the individual later does in fact file a tax return, and regardless of the individual's age); and
(2) Individuals claimed as tax dependents by someone other than their spouse or biological, adoptive or step parent who are not expected to be required to file a tax return for the tax year during which eligibility is being determined (regardless of whether the individual does in fact file a tax return, and regardless of the individual's age).
(c) If an individual's income is excluded from the household of a parent or of the taxpayer claiming him or her as a dependent because one of the exceptions in paragraph (b) of this section applies, the individual's income is still included in other households of which the individual is also a member, provided no exceptions listed in this section apply to those households.
(d) See 317:35-10-38 for rules regarding temporary absence from the home.