U.S. Food Stamp Income Eligibility Standards


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6 comments:

  1. My son is married and has 2 children on food stamps he gets $163 a month but his checks he makes $288.00 a week and pays $600.00 a month in rent. It seems like the amount of FS is wrong. I don't know how to figure the graft can someone help me. that's like there giving him 46 a week for groceries by time he take 150 out for rent buys gas and diaper they really don't have no money. For the past 4 weeks he's only worked 32hrs. please some one explain how this works.

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  2. http://www.ndhealth.gov/dhs/foodstampcalculator.asp
    this site can help you calculate

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  3. When was the last time this chart has been adjusted to account for the cost of living? Food has gone up so much in the last few yrs its rediculous

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  4. It seems that the government rarely adjusts any social service program according to the cost of living....

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  5. If you own your home but lose your job you don't qualify in Alabama. I wish they would try to pay all utilities and a car payment plus raise 3 kids.

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  6. My daughter is single and has a ten year old boy. She makes approx. $900 per month. She is disabled and her income is disabiity, and child support. She also pays arrearages in child support for two children 19 and 20. She gets $134 in foodstamps which is definitely not enough. She has appealed their last decision, but I know a man who gets $134 in food stampa just for himself, and my daughter has a son to feed also, and gets the same amount.

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