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which the individual is legally responsible, and other miscellaneous expenses that the individual can establish as being ordinary and necessary.
(1) The debtor's financial ability to pay at the time collection is scheduled to be made, and
(2) Income to other family member(s), if such member's ordinary and necessary living expenses are included in expenses reported by the debtor. § 29.525 Ordinary and necessary living
expenses. An individual's ordinary and necessary living expenses include rent, mortgage payments, utilities, maintenance, transportation, food, clothing, insurance (life, health, and accident), taxes, installment payments for which the individual is already liable, medical expenses, support expenses for
$ 29.526 Waiver precluded.
Waivers will not be offered or granted when
(1) The overpayment was obtained by fraud, misrepresentation, or by improper negotiation of checks or withdrawal of electronic fund transfer payments after the death of the payee; or
(2) The overpayment was made to an estate and a timely demand for repayment is made prior to the final disbursement by the administrator or executor of the estate.
DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY
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Regulations governing conduct in or on the Bureau
of the Mint buildings and grounds 92 Bureau of the Mint operations and procedures 100 Exchange of paper currency and coin 101 Mitigation of forfeiture of counterfeit gold coins 103 Financial recordkeeping and reporting of currency
and foreign transactions 123 [Reserved] 128 Reporting of international capital and foreign-cur
rency transactions and positions 129 Portfolio investment survey reporting 130–199 [Reserved]
C. P. D.=Commissioner of the Public Debt.