(CD15-04, OEC15-01 dated January 23, 2015), (CD13-37, OEC13-07 dated April 26, 2013), (CD12-33, OEC12-06 dated March 15, 2012) If the need for child care is employment, verify and document that the participant is employed. Methods of verification can be, but are not limited to, any of the following: Employment Verification Form (FA-311) Wage Stubs The Work Number Telephone call to the employer Statement from the employer, written on company letterhead Verification of Employment should include the participant’s wages as well as their work schedule, to support authorization to the provider. If the verification received contains enough information for a reasonable person to determine the work schedule (wages and schedule/hours worked), an authorization can be entered without having to request additional verification of work schedule A detailed comment should be made on the Income (FMX0) screen in FAMIS. If employment verification is not sufficient to support an authorization to a provider in FAMIS, the CD202 Child Care Schedule Verification form can be used to verify work schedule. For self-employed individuals: If the business has been in operation for more than a year, obtain a copy of the individual’s previous year’s tax return, including all schedules. If the business has not been in operation more than a year, obtain a copy of the individual’s business records. These business records must show all income and expenses, as well as the dates received and incurred.