Appendix A: Income Limits

Income Limits Effective: October 1, 2022

Household Size

Maximum Net Monthly Income (100% FPIG)

130% FPIG
Maximum Gross Monthly Income*

165% FPIG

200% FPIG

Maximum Thrifty Food Plan

1

$1,133

$1,473

$1,869

$2,266

$281

2

$1,526

$1,984

$2,518

$3,052

$516

3

$1,920

$2,495

$3,167

$3,840

$740

4

$2,313

$3,007

$3,816

$4,626

$939

5

$2,706

$3,518

$4,465

$5,412

$1,116

6

$3,100

$4,029

$5,114

$6,200

$1,339

7

$3,493

$4,541

$5,763

$6,986

$1,480

8

$3,886

$5,052

$6,412

$7,772

$1,691

9

$4,280

$5,564

$7,061

$8,560

$1,902

10

$4,674

$6,076

$7,710

$9,348

$2,113

Each additional member

$394

$512

$649

$788

$211

The Minimum Benefit is $23

*Maximum gross monthly income is not used for computing the SNAP benefit. It is included in this table as a reference for determining eligibility for a household not containing an elderly or disabled member. Also, it is not applicable for categorically eligible households.

The maximum net monthly income limitations per household size represent maximum net monthly income for all SNAP households except those that are categorically eligible.

The 165% poverty level income table is used in determining separate household status for a person who is 60 years old or older and living with others and the spouse of this person who is unable to purchase and prepare meals because he or she suffers from a disability considered permanent under the Social Security Act or suffers from a non-disease-related, severe, permanent disability.

Resource limit for households with a disqualified or sanctioned member with income limit of 130% FPIG

$2750

 

Income Limits Effective: October 1, 2021

Household Size

Maximum Net Monthly Income (100% FPIG)

130% FPIG
Maximum Gross Monthly Income*

160% FPIG

165% FPIG

200% FPIG

Maximum Thrifty Food Plan

1

$1,074

$1,396

$1,718

$1,771

$2,148

$250

2

$1,452

$1,888

$2,323

$2,396

$2,904

$459

3

$1,830

$2,379

$2,928

$3,020

$3,660

$658

4

$2,209

$2,871

$3,534

$3,644

$4,418

$835

5

$2,587

$3,363

$4,139

$4,268

$5,174

$992

6

$2,965

$3,855

$4,744

$4,893

$5,930

$1,190

7

$3,344

$4,347

$5,350

$5,517

$6,688

$1,316

8

$3,722

$4,839

$5,955

$6,141

$7,444

$1,504

9

$4,101

$5,331

$6,562

$6,766

$8,202

$1,692

10

$4,480

$5,823

$7,168

$7,391

$8,960

$1,880

Each additional member

$379

$492

$606

$625

$758

$188

The Minimum Benefit is $20

*Maximum gross monthly income is not used for computing the SNAP benefit. It is included in this table as a reference for determining eligibility for a household not containing an elderly or disabled member. Also, it is not applicable for categorically eligible households.

The maximum net monthly income limitations per household size represent maximum net monthly income for all SNAP households except those that are categorically eligible.

The 165% poverty level income table is used in determining separate household status for a person who is 60 years old or older and living with others and the spouse of this person who is unable to purchase and prepare meals because he or she suffers from a disability considered permanent under the Social Security Act or suffers from a non-disease-related, severe, permanent disability.

Resource limit for households with a disqualified or sanctioned member with income limit of 130% FPIG

$2250

 

Income Limits Effective: January 1, 2021

Household Size

Maximum Net Monthly Income (100% FPIG)

130% FPIG
Maximum Gross Monthly Income*

160% FPIG

165% FPIG

200% FPIG

Maximum Thrifty Food Plan

1

$1,064

$1,383

$1,702

$1,755

$2,128

$  234

2

$1,437

$1,868

$2,299

$2,371

$2,874

$  430

3

$1,810

$2,353

$2,896

$2,987

$3,620

$  616

4

$2,184

$2,839

$3,494

$3,603

$4,368

$  782

5

$2,557

$3,324

$4,091

$4,219

$5,114

$  929

6

$2,930

$3,809

$4,688

$4,835

$5,860

$  1,114

7

$3,304

$4,295

$5,286

$5,451

$6,608

$1,232

8

$3,677

$4,780

$5,883

$6,067

$7,354

$1,408

9

$4,051

$5,266

$6,482

$6,683

$8,102

$1,584

10

$4,425

$5,752

$7,080

$7,299

$8,850

$1,760

Each additional member

$  374

$  486

$  598

$  616

$  748

$  176

The Minimum Benefit is $19

*Maximum gross monthly income is not used for computing the SNAP benefit. It is included in this table as a reference for determining eligibility for a household not containing an elderly or disabled member. Also, it is not applicable for categorically eligible households.

The maximum net monthly income limitations per household size represent maximum net monthly income for all SNAP households except those that are categorically eligible.

The 165% poverty level income table is used in determining separate household status for a person who is 60 years old or older and living with others and the spouse of this person who is unable to purchase and prepare meals because he or she suffers from a disability considered permanent under the Social Security Act or suffers from a non-disease-related, severe, permanent disability.

Resource limit for households with a disqualified or sanctioned member with income limit of 130% FPIG

$2250

Income Limits Effective: October 1, 2020

Household Size

Maximum Net Monthly Income (100% FPIG)

130% FPIG
Maximum Gross Monthly Income*

160% FPIG

165% FPIG

200% FPIG

Maximum Thrifty Food Plan

1

$1,064

$1,383

$1,702

$1,755

$2,128

$  204

2

$1,437

$1,868

$2,299

$2,371

$2,874

$  374

3

$1,810

$2,353

$2,896

$2,987

$3,620

$  535

4

$2,184

$2,839

$3,494

$3,603

$4,368

$  680

5

$2,557

$3,324

$4,091

$4,219

$5,114

$  807

6

$2,930

$3,809

$4,688

$4,835

$5,860

$  969

7

$3,304

$4,295

$5,286

$5,451

$6,608

$1,071

8

$3,677

$4,780

$5,883

$6,067

$7,354

$1,224

9

$4,051

$5,266

$6,482

$6,683

$8,102

$1,377

10

$4,425

$5,752

$7,080

$7,299

$8,850

$1,530

Each additional member

$  374

$  486

$  598

$  616

$  748

$  153

The Minimum Benefit is $16

*Maximum gross monthly income is not used for computing the SNAP benefit. It is included in this table as a reference for determining eligibility for a household not containing an elderly or disabled member. Also, it is not applicable for categorically eligible households.

The maximum net monthly income limitations per household size represent maximum net monthly income for all SNAP households except those that are categorically eligible.

The 165% poverty level income table is used in determining separate household status for a person who is 60 years old or older and living with others and the spouse of this person who is unable to purchase and prepare meals because he or she suffers from a disability considered permanent under the Social Security Act or suffers from a non-disease-related, severe, permanent disability.

Resource limit for households with a disqualified or sanctioned member with income limit of 130% FPIG

$2250

Income Limits Effective: October 1, 2019

Household Size

Maximum Net Monthly Income (100% FPIG)

130% FPIG
Maximum Gross Monthly Income*

160% FPIG

165% FPIG

200% FPIG

Maximum Thrifty Food Plan

1

$1,041

$1,354

$1,666

$1,718

$2,082

$194

2

$1,410

$1,832

$2,256

$2,326

$2,820

$355

3

$1,778

$2,311

$2,845

$2,933

$3,556

$509

4

$2,146

$2,790

$3,434

$3,541

$4,292

$646

5

$2,515

$3,269

$4,024

$4,149

$5,030

$768

6

$2,883

$3,748

$4,613

$4,757

$5,766

$921

7

$3,251

$4,227

$5,202

$5,364

$6,502

  $1,018

8

$3,620

$4,705

$5,792

$5,972

$7,240

  $1,164

9

$3,989

$5,184

$6,382

$6,580

$7,978

  $1,310

10

$4,358

 $5,663

 $6,972

 $7,188

$8,716

   $1,456

Each additional member

$369

$479

$590

$608

$738

$146

The Minimum Benefit is $16

*Maximum gross monthly income is not used for computing the SNAP benefit. It is included in this table as a reference for determining eligibility for a household not containing an elderly or disabled member. Also, it is not applicable for categorically eligible households.

The maximum net monthly income limitations per household size represent maximum net monthly income for all SNAP households except those that are categorically eligible.

The 165% poverty level income table is used in determining separate household status for a person who is 60 years old or older and living with others and the spouse of this person who is unable to purchase and prepare meals because he or she suffers from a disability considered permanent under the Social Security Act or suffers from a non-disease-related, severe, permanent disability.

Resource limit for households with a disqualified or sanctioned member with income limit of 130% FPIG

$2250

Income Limits Effective: October 1, 2018

Household Size

Maximum Net Monthly Income (100% FPIG)

130% FPIG
Maximum Gross Monthly Income*

160% FPIG

165% FPIG

200% FPIG

Maximum Thrifty Food Plan

1

$1,012

$1,316

$1,619

$1,670

$2,024

$192

2

$1,372

$1,784

$2,195

$2,264

$2,744

$353

3

$1,732

$2,252

$2,771

$2,858

$3,464

$505

4

$2,092

$2,720

$3,347

$3,452

$4,184

$642

5

$2,452

$3,188

$3,923

$4,046

$4,904

$762

6

$2,812

$3,656

$4,499

$4,640

$5,624

$914

7

$3,172

$4,124

$5,075

$5,234

$6,344

  $1,011

8

$3,532

$4,592

$5,651

$5,828

$7,064

  $1,155

9

$3,892

$5,060

$6,227

$6,422

$7,784

  $1,299

10

$4,252

 $5,528

 $6,803

 $7,016

$8,504

   $1,443

Each additional member

$360

$468

$576

$594

$720

$144

The Minimum Benefit is $15

*Maximum gross monthly income is not used for computing the SNAP benefit. It is included in this table as a reference for determining eligibility for a household not containing an elderly or disabled member. Also, it is not applicable for categorically eligible households.

The maximum net monthly income limitations per household size represent maximum net monthly income for all SNAP households except those that are categorically eligible.

The 165% poverty level income table is used in determining separate household status for a person who is 60 years old or older and living with others and the spouse of this person who is unable to purchase and prepare meals because he or she suffers from a disability considered permanent under the Social Security Act or suffers from a non-disease-related, severe, permanent disability.

Resource limit for households with a disqualified or sanctioned member with income limit of 130% FPIG

$2250

Income Limits Effective: October 1, 2017

Household Size

Maximum Net Monthly Income (100% FPIG)

130% FPIG
Maximum Gross Monthly Income*

160% FPIG

165% FPIG

200% FPIG

Maximum Thrifty Food Plan

1

$1,005

$1,307

$1,608

$1,659

$2,010

$192

2

$1,354

$1,760

$2,166

$2,233

$2,708

$352

3

$1,702

$2,213

$2,723

$2,808

$3,404

$504

4

$2,050

$2,665

$3,280

$3,383

$4,100

$640

5

$2,399

$3,118

$3,838

$3,958

$4,798

$760

6

$2,747

$3,571

$4,395

$4,532

$5,494

$913

7

$3,095

$4,024

$4,952

$5,107

$6,190

  $1,009

8

$3,444

$4,477

$5,510

$5,682

$6,888

  $1,153

9

$3,793

$4,930

$6,068

$6,257

$7,586

  $1,297

10

$4,142

 $5,383

 $6,626

 $6,832

$8,284

   $1,441

Each additional member

$349

$453

$558

$575

$698

$144

The Minimum Benefit is $15

*Maximum gross monthly income is not used for computing the SNAP benefit. It is included in this table as a reference for determining eligibility for a household not containing an elderly or disabled member. Also, it is not applicable for categorically eligible households.

The maximum net monthly income limitations per household size represent maximum net monthly income for all SNAP households except those that are categorically eligible.

The 165% poverty level income table is used in determining separate household status for a person who is 60 years old or older and living with others and the spouse of this person who is unable to purchase and prepare meals because he or she suffers from a disability considered permanent under the Social Security Act or suffers from a non-disease-related, severe, permanent disability.

Resource limit for households with a disqualified or sanctioned member with income limit of 130% FPIG

$2250

Income Limits Effective: October 1, 2016

Household Size

Maximum Net Monthly Income (100% FPIG)

130% FPIG
Maximum Gross Monthly Income*

160% FPIG

165% FPIG

200% FPIG

Maximum Thrifty Food Plan

1

$990

$1,287

$1,584

$1,634

$1,980

$194

2

$1,335

$1,736

$2,136

$2,203

$2,670

$357

3

$1,680

$2,184

$2,688

$2,772

$3,360

$511

4

$2,025

$2,633

$3,240

$3,342

$4,050

$649

5

$2,370

$3,081

$3,792

$3,911

$4,740

$771

6

$2,715

$3,530

$4,344

$4,480

$5,430

$925

7

$3,061

$3,980

$4,898

$5,051

$6,122

  $1,022

8

$3,408

$4,430

$5,453

$5,623

$6,816

  $1,169

9

$3,755

$4,881

$6,008

$6,195

$7,510

  $1,315

10

$4,102

 $5,332

 $6,563

 $6,767

$8,204

   $1,461

Each additional member

$347

$451

$555

$572

$694

$146

The Minimum Benefit is $16

*Maximum gross monthly income is not used for computing the SNAP benefit. It is included in this table as a reference for determining eligibility for a household not containing an elderly or disabled member. Also, it is not applicable for categorically eligible households.

The maximum net monthly income limitations per household size represent maximum net monthly income for all SNAP households except those that are categorically eligible.

The 165% poverty level income table is used in determining separate household status for a person who is 60 years old or older and living with others and the spouse of this person who is unable to purchase and prepare meals because he or she suffers from a disability considered permanent under the Social Security Act or suffers from a non-disease-related, severe, permanent disability.

Resource limit for households with a disqualified or sanctioned member with income limit of 130% FPIG

$2250

 

Income Limits Effective: October 1, 2015

Household Size

Maximum Net Monthly Income (100% FPIG)

130% FPIG
Maximum Gross Monthly Income*

160% FPIG

165% FPIG

200% FPIG

Maximum Thrifty Food Plan

1

$981

$1,276

$1,570

$1,619

$1,962

$194

2

$1,328

$1,726

$2,125

$2,191

$2,656

$357

3

$1,675

$2,177

$2,680

$2,763

$3,350

$511

4

$2,021

$2,628

$3,234

$3,335

$4,042

$649

5

$2,368

$3,078

$3,789

$3,907

$4,736

$771

6

$2,715

$3,529

$4,344

$4,479

$5,430

$925

7

$3,061

$3,980

$4,898

$5,051

$6,122

  $1,022

8

$3,408

$4,430

$5,453

$5,623

$6,816

  $1,169

9

$3,755

$4,881

$6,008

$6,195

$7,510

  $1,315

10

$4,102

 $5,332

 $6,563

 $6,767

$8,204

   $1,461

Each additional member

$347

$451

$555

$572

$694

$146

The Minimum Benefit is $16

*Maximum gross monthly income is not used for computing the SNAP benefit. It is included in this table as a reference for determining eligibility for a household not containing an elderly or disabled member. Also, it is not applicable for categorically eligible households.

The maximum net monthly income limitations per household size represent maximum net monthly income for all SNAP households except those that are categorically eligible.

The 165% poverty level income table is used in determining separate household status for a person who is 60 years old or older and living with others and the spouse of this person who is unable to purchase and prepare meals because he or she suffers from a disability considered permanent under the Social Security Act or suffers from a non-disease-related, severe, permanent disability.

Resource limit for households with a disqualified or sanctioned member with income limit of 130% FPIG

$2250

 

 

Income Limits Effective: October 1, 2014

Household Size

Maximum Net Monthly Income (100% FPIG)

130% FPIG
Maximum Gross Monthly Income*

160% FPIG

165% FPIG

200% FPIG

Maximum Thrifty Food Plan

1

$973

$1,265

$1,557

$1,605

$1,946

$194

2

$1,311

$1,705

$2,098

$2,163

$2,622

$357

3

$1,650

$2,144

$2,640

$2,722

$3,300

$511

4

$1,988

$2,584

$3,181

$3,280

$3,976

$649

5

$2,326

$3,024

$3,722

$3,838

$4,652

$771

6

$2,665

$3,464

$4,264

$4396

$5,330

$925

7

$3,003

$3,904

$4,805

$4,955

$6,006

  $1,022

8

$3,341

$4,344

$5,346

$5,513

$6,682

  $1,169

9

$3,680

$4,784

$5,888

$6,072

$7,360

  $1,315

10

$4,019

 $5,224

 $6,430

 $6,631

$8,038

   $1,461

Each additional member

$339

$440

$542

$559

$678

$146

The Minimum Benefit is $16

*Maximum gross monthly income is not used for computing the SNAP benefit. It is included in this table as a reference for determining eligibility for a household not containing an elderly or disabled member. Also, it is not applicable for categorically eligible households.

The maximum net monthly income limitations per household size represent maximum net monthly income for all SNAP households except those that are categorically eligible.

The 165% poverty level income table is used in determining separate household status for a person who is 60 years old or older and living with others and the spouse of this person who is unable to purchase and prepare meals because he or she suffers from a disability considered permanent under the Social Security Act or suffers from a non-disease-related, severe, permanent disability.

Resource limit for households with a disqualified or sanctioned member with income limit of 130% FPIG

$2250

 

 

Income Limits Effective November 1, 2013

Household Size

Maximum Net Monthly Income (100% FPIG)

130% FPIG
Maximum Gross Monthly Income*

160% FPIG

165% FPIG

200% FPIG

Maximum Thrifty Food Plan

1

$958

$1,245

$1,533

$1,580

$1,916

$189

2

$1,293

$1,681

$2,069

$2,133

$2,586

$347

3

$1,628

$2,116

$2,605

$2,686

$3,256

$497

4

$1,963

$2,552

$3,141

$3,239

$3,926

$632

5

$2,298

$2,987

$3,677

$3,791

$4,596

$750

6

$2,633

$3,423

$4,213

$4344

$5,266

$900

7

$2,968

$3,858

$4,749

$4,897

$5,936

$995

8

$3,303

$4,294

$5,285

$5,450

$6,606

   $1,137

9

$3,638

$4,730

$5,821

$6,003

$7,276

   $1,279

10

$3,973

 $5,166

 $6,357

 $6,566

$7,946

    $1,421

Each additional member

$335

$436

$536

$553

$670

$142

The Minimum Benefit is $15.

*Maximum gross monthly income is not used for computing the SNAP benefit. It is included in this table as a reference for determining eligibility for a household not containing an elderly or disabled member. Also, it is not applicable for categorically eligible households.

The maximum net monthly income limitations per household size represent maximum net monthly income for all SNAP households except those that are categorically eligible.

The 165% poverty level income table is used in determining separate household status for a person who is 60 years old or older and living with others and the spouse of this person who is unable to purchase and prepare meals because he or she suffers from a disability considered permanent under the Social Security Act or suffers from a non-disease-related, severe, permanent disability.

 

Income Limits Effective October 1, 2013

Household Size

Maximum Net Monthly Income (100% FPIG)

130% FPIG
Maximum Gross Monthly Income*

160% FPIG

165% FPIG

200% FPIG

Maximum Thrifty Food Plan

1

$958

$1,245

$1,533

$1,580

$1,916

$200

2

$1,293

$1,681

$2,069

$2,133

$2,586

$367

3

$1,628

$2,116

$2,605

$2,686

$3,256

$526

4

$1,963

$2,552

$3,141

$3,239

$3,926

$668

5

$2,298

$2,987

$3,677

$3,791

$4,596

$793

6

$2,633

$3,423

$4,213

$4344

$5,266

$952

7

$2,968

$3,858

$4,749

$4,897

$5,936

$1,052

8

$3,303

$4,294

  $5,285

$5,450

$6,606

$1,202

9

$3,638

$4,730

$5,821

$6,003

$7,276

$1,352

10

$3,973

$5,166

$6,357

$6,556

$7,946

$1,502

Each additional member

$335

$436

$536

$553

$670

$150

The Minimum Benefit is $16.

*Maximum gross monthly income is not used for computing the SNAP benefit. It is included in this table as a reference for determining eligibility for a household not containing an elderly or disabled member. Also, it is not applicable for categorically eligible households.

The maximum net monthly income limitations per household size represent maximum net monthly income for all SNAP households except those that are categorically eligible.

The 165% poverty level income table is used in determining separate household status for a person who is 60 years old or older and living with others and the spouse of this person who is unable to purchase and prepare meals because he or she suffers from a disability considered permanent under the Social Security Act or suffers from a non-disease-related, severe, permanent disability.

Income Limits Effective October 1, 2012

Household Size

130% FPIG
Maximum Gross Monthly Income*

Maximum Net Monthly Income

160% FPIG

165% FPIG

200% FPIG

Maximum Thrifty Food Plan

1

$1,211

$931

$1,490

$1,536

$1,862

$200

2

$1,640

$1,261

$2,018

$2,081

$2,522

$367

3

$2,069

$1,591

$2,545

$2,625

$3,182

$526

4

$2,498

$1,921

$3,073

$3,170

$3,842

$668

5

$2,927

$2,251

$3,601

$3,714

$4,502

$793

6

$3,356

$2,581

$4,130

$4,259

$5,162

$952

7

$3,785

$2,911

$4,658

$4,803

$5,822

$1,052

8

$4,214

$3,241

$5,186

$5,348

$6,482

$1,202

9

$4,643

$3,571

$5,714

$5,893

$7,142

$1,352

10

$5,072

$3,901

$6,242

$6,483

$7,802

$1,502

Each additional member

$429

$330

$528

$545

$660

$150

*Maximum gross monthly income is not used for computing the SNAP benefit. It is included in this table as a reference for determining eligibility for a household not containing an elderly or disabled member. Also, it is not applicable for categorically eligible households.

The maximum net monthly income limitations per household size represent maximum net monthly income for all SNAP households except those that are categorically eligible.

The 165% poverty level income table is used in determining separate household status for a person who is 60 years old or older and living with others and the spouse of this person who is unable to purchase and prepare meals because he or she suffers from a disability considered permanent under the Social Security Act or suffers from a non-disease-related, severe, permanent disability.

Income Limits Effective October 1, 2011

Household Size

130% FPIG
Maximum Gross Monthly Income*

Maximum Net Monthly Income

160% FPIG

165% FPIG

200% FPIG

Maximum Thrifty Food Plan

1

$1,180

$908

$1,452

$1,498

$1,816

$200

2

$1,594

$1,226

$1,961

$2,023

$2,452

$367

3

$2,008

$1,545

$2,472

$2,548

$3,090

$526

4

$2,422

$1,863

$2,980

$3,074

$3,726

$668

5

$2,836

$2,181

$3,489

$3,599

$4,362

$793

6

$3,249

$2,500

$4,000

$4,124

$5,000

$952

7

$3,663

$2,818

$4,508

$4,649

$5,636

$1,052

8

$4,077

$3,136

$5,017

$5,175

$6,272

$1,202

9

$4,491

$3,455

$5,528

$5,701

$6,910

$1,352

10

$4,905

$3,774

$6,038

$6,227

$7,548

$1,502

Each additional member

$414

$319

$510

$526

$638

$150

Income Limits Effective October 1, 2009

Household Size

130% FPIG
Maximum Gross Monthly Income*

Maximum Net Monthly Income

160% FPIG

165% FPIG

200% FPIG

Maximum Thrifty Food Plan

1

$1,174

$903

$1,444

$1,490

$1,805

$200

2

$1,579

$1,215

$1,943

$2,004

$2,429

$367

3

$1,984

$1,526

$2,442

$2,518

$3,052

$526

4

$2,389

$1,838

$2,941

$3,032

$3,675

$668

5

$2,794

$2,150

$3,440

$3,547

$4,299

$793

6

$3,200

$2,461

$3,939

$4,061

$4,922

$952

7

$3,605

$2,773

$4,438

$4,575

$5,545

$1,052

8

$4,010

$3,085

$4,937

$5,089

$6,169

$1,202

9

$4,416

$3,397

$5,436

$5,604

$6,793

$1,352

10

$4,822

$3,709

$5,935

$6,119

$7,417

$1,502

Each additional member

$406

$312

$499

$515

$624

$150

*Maximum gross monthly income is not used for computing the SNAP benefit. It is included in this table as a reference for determining eligibility for a household not containing an elderly or disabled member. Also, it is not applicable for categorically eligible households.

The maximum net monthly income limitations per household size represent maximum net monthly income for all SNAP households except those that are categorically eligible.

The 165% poverty level income table is used in determining separate household status for a person who is 60 years old or older and living with others and the spouse of this person who is unable to purchase and prepare meals because he or she suffers from a disability considered permanent under the Social Security Act or suffers from a non-disease-related, severe, permanent disability.

Income Limits Effective April 1, 2009

Household Size

130% FPIG Maximum Gross Monthly Income*

Maximum Net Monthly Income

165% FPIG

Maximum Thrifty Food Plan

1

$1,127

$867

$1,430

$200

2

$1,517

$1,167

$1,925

$367

3

$1,907

$1,467

$2,420

$526

4

$2,297

$1,767

$2,915

$668

5

$2,687

$2,067

$3,410

$793

6

$3,077

$2,367

$3,905

$952

7

$3,467

$2,667

$4,400

$1,052

8

$3,857

$2,967

$4,895

$1,202

9

$4,247

$3,267

$5,390

$1,352

10

$4,637

$3,567

$5,885

$1,502

Each additional member

$390

$300

$495

$150

Income Limits Effective October 1, 2008

Household Size

130% FPIG Maximum Gross Monthly Income*

Maximum Net Monthly Income

165% FPIG

Maximum Thrifty Food Plan

1

$1,127

$867

$1,430

$176

2

$1,517

$1,167

$1,925

$323

3

$1,907

$1,467

$2,420

$463

4

$2,297

$1,767

$2,915

$588

5

$2,687

$2,067

$3,410

$698

6

$3,077

$2,367

$3,905

$838

7

$3,467

$2,667

$4,400

$926

8

$3,857

$2,967

$4,895

$1,058

9

$4,247

$3,267

$5,390

$1,190

10

$4,637

$3,567

$5,885

$1,322

Each additional member

$390

$300

$495

$132

Income Limits Effective October 1, 2007

Household Size

Maximum Gross Monthly Income*

Maximum Net Monthly Income

165% Poverty Income

Maximum Thrifty Food Plan

1

$1,107

$851

$1,404

$162

2

$1,484

$1,141

$1,883

$298

3

$1,861

$1,431

$2,361

$426

4

$2,238

$1,721

$2,840

$542

5

$2,615

$2,011

$3,318

$643

6

$2,992

$2,301

$3,797

$772

7

$3,369

$2,591

$4,275

$853

8

$3,746

$2,881

$4,754

$975

9

$4,123

$3,171

$5,233

$1,097

10

$4,500

$3,461

$5,712

$1,219

Each additional member

$377

$290

$479

$122

 

Reissued September 6, 2022, replacing September 30, 2021