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Combined Manual


GROSS INCOME LIMITS

ISSUE DATE: 10/2016
Revision #14

MFIP, DWP, GA, GRH:
No provisions.


SNAP:

To determine SNAP categorical eligibility/ineligibility, see 0013.06 (SNAP Categorical Eligibility/Ineligibility).

For information about the Gross Income Test for elderly/disabled units, see 0019 (Gross Income Test).

If the elderly/disabled units income is above 165% FPG see 0020.12 (SNAP Assistance Standards).

Use the gross income limits below for non-categorical eligible SNAP units and when determining the income amount for sponsors and their household size. See 0016.21.03 (Income of Sponsors of LPRs With I-864).

UNIT SIZE

INCOME LIMIT (130% of Federal Poverty Guidelines (FPG))

1

$1,287

2

$1,736

3

$2,184

4

$2,633

5

$3,081

6

$3,530

7

$3,980

8

$4,430

Each add'l member


$451



Use the gross income limits below for categorical eligible SNAP units.

UNIT SIZE

INCOME LIMITS (165% of Federal Poverty Guidelines (FPG))

1

$1,634

2

$2,203

3

$2,772

4

$3,342

5

$3,911

6

$4,480

7

$5,051

8

$5,623

Each add'l member


$572



MSA:

The gross income limit is 300% of the SSI Federal Benefit Rate (FBR) for an individual. See 0029.06.03 (Supplemental Security Income Program) for the current rate.

If a married couple lives together and both partners apply and have a basis of eligibility, use their combined gross income. Their combined gross income must not exceed 600% of the SSI FBR for an individual.


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