What Are the Income Guidelines for Snap Benefits for Public Aid in Il?

Answer

The income guidelines for a person to qualify for SNAP benefits for public aid in Illinois depend on their household size and whether or not they are disabled or over the age of 60. Below is a list of the gross monthly income limits:household size: 1 person- $1,174/disabled/over 60-$1,805,2 persons- $1,579/disabled/over 60-$2,428, 3 persons-$1,984/disabled/over 60- $3,052, 4 persons-$2,389/disabled/over 60-$3,6755 persons- $2,794/disabled/over 60-$4,2986 persons-$3,200/disabled/over 60- $4,9227 persons- $3,680/disabled/over 60-$5,5458 persons-$4,010/DP/60+- $6,1689 persons- $4,416/DP/60+- $6,79110 persons- $4,822/DP/60 +- $7,414If the household has over ten people, add $406 for each additional person and $623 each for those that are disabled or over 60.
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