Earned Income may include, but is not limited to, income from internships, apprenticeship consultant work, full-time work, part-time work, and self-employment. If a student earns less than $3,333 per month (equivalent to $40,000 yearly income), he or she may be put on deferment status.
Articles in this section
- Do I have to pay my ISA if I am not a software engineer after studying at Holberton?
- Does the ISA apply to pre-tax income?
- What happens if I decide to leave the program during the Trial Period (30 days from day 0) and I signed the ISA?
- What happens if I leave my job, or my internship ends?
- What happens if I don’t have a salaried job? How do I pay?
- What happens if I decide to leave the program after the Trial Period and I paid upfront- How much do I owe?
- How does the ISA work?
- What are the eligible criteria to sign an ISA in the USA?