Where can you find a Texas food stamp calculator?

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Information about food stamp benefits in Texas can be obtained through the Texas Health and Human Services Commission's website. The website includes a form that help applicants determine the benefits for which they are eligible.

The electronic form through the Texas Health and Human Services Commission's website asks for information about the family, current capital, current income, future income, benefits received and bills paid. The survey should take about 20 minutes to complete. After the survey is filled out, the applicant finds out what benefits he is eligible for and what applications should be filled out to receive those benefits. Once the applicant is finished and aware of his potential benefits, he can apply online for those benefits on the same website.

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