*Note that the examples below reflect no vacation time taken/reported for the month of December.*

**Example 1:**

Q: What will my January 1 balance be when my December 31 balance is 130 hours?

A: Since you accrue 12 hours of vacation per month, your January 1 balance will be 142 hours.

*Example 2:*

Q: What will my January 1 balance be when my December 31 balance is 351 hours?

A: Since you accrue 14 hours of vacation per month, your January 1 balance will be 360 hours due to the maximum number of hours employees can roll over each calendar year.

*Example 3:*

Q: What will my January 1 balance be when my December 31 balance is 365.5 hours?

A: Since you accrue 14 hours of vacation per month, your January 1 balace will be 360 hours due to the maximum number of hours employees can roll over each calendar year.

*Example 4:*

Q: What will my January 1 balance be when my December 31 balance is 360 hours?

A: Since you accrue 14 hours of vacation per month, your January 1 balace will be 360 hours due to the maximum number of hours employees can roll over each calendar year.

*Example 5:*

Q: What will my January 1 balance be when my December 31 balance is 395 hours?

A: Since you accrue 14 hours of vacation per month, your January 1 balace will be 360 hours due to the maximum number of hours employees can roll over each calendar year.