What is the income limit for Medicaid?


The income limit for Medicaid in Indiana varies depending on the type of Medicaid. For example, Medicaid can be used by pregnant women, children, or low income families. The income limit also varies depending on the amount of people in the household.
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Income Limits for Indiana Medicaid
Indiana Medicaid is a state and federal program offering health care to qualifying low-income, disabled and elderly individuals. Medically needy Indiana residents are encouraged to apply for Medicaid at a local Indiana Family and Social Services office... More »
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