SNAP Benefits 2023 recipients must earn a certain amount of monthly income to be eligible for the program. In this article, read and find out the maximum levels of income to qualify for the payments!Recipients of the SNAP Benefits 2023 are required to earn a certain amount of monthly income to be able to qualify for the program. Reportedly, the amount of benefits is calculated depending on a household’s size and income. However, in general, a household’s income must be at or less than 130% of the poverty line or the gross income limit.
According to Schilke, the SNAP Benefits 2023 is scheduled to be distributed again this June. The program runs from October 1 to September 30 which means that the gross income limit will be valid until September 30. Nonetheless, the limit is adjusted or revised each fiscal year.
Income Limits for SNAP Benefits 2023
An article in MARCA states that the income limit to qualify for the SNAP Benefits 2023 is the same except for Alaska and Hawaii. However, for most U.S. states and territories, a household with one member has a maximum income limit of $1,473 per month. For a household with four, the maximum is $3,007 per month.
On the contrary, a household of one in Alaska has a maximum of $1,841, while Hawaii has $1,694 per month. A household of four in Alaska has a maximum of $3,759, while Hawaii has $3,458 per month. Any additional member means an additional limit of $512 as well.