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Would You Be Considered Poor Based on Federal Poverty Levels?

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See the table below for the latest federal poverty levels (2015 and 2016) published by the HHS.  ____ [Updated with 2013 poverty levels] How much does your household income need to be under to be classified as poor in America? The answer of course depends on how big your household is but for the average American […]

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2016 – 2017 Food Stamp (SNAP) Income Eligibility Levels, Deductions and Benefit Allotment Payments


2017 Update – The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP) has reported that the SNAP program funding is likely to see significant cuts if the the House Budget Committee-approved budget plan is passed. More than $150 billion is proposed to be cut from the program (over 20 percent) over the next ten years (2017-2026). […]

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Food Stamp Program Now Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). Helping to Feed Millions of Poorer Americans


See this updated article for the latest program information, Food Stamp (SNAP) benefits and eligibility levels _________________ [Updated August 2011] The Federal Food Stamp Program is now known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). With the stimulus aspects of this program set to expire at the end of this year following the debt ceiling related cuts, folks need […]

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