If it’s income based and that residents income changed and that person was required to do an interim, then yes.
For those saying no, that might be true on conventional. But it can be changed if it’s a tax credit property and the person failed to report their new income. EIVs get pulled and the resident gets busted not reporting their higher income, it gets refactored and they are responsible for the new payment and repayment of whatever they should have owed had they reported it properly. We had people busted who owed from the entire previous year because they didn’t report the sons wages in the household.