$26,500 For a family or household of 4 persons living in one of the 48 contiguous states or the District of Columbia, the poverty guideline for 2021 is $26,500.Mar 18, 2021
If you (or your family) make under 100% of the Federal Poverty Level (you are below “the poverty line”), and your state didn't expand Medicaid, you may fall in the Medicaid Gap and have limited coverage options. Cost assistance for the Affordable Care Act is based on household income (family income).May 14, 2021
How is poverty defined? Poverty can be defined in different ways. ACOSS and UNSW use two international poverty lines to measure poverty in Australia. We use two poverty lines – 50% of median income and 60% of median income, whereby people living below these incomes are regarded as living in poverty.
48 border states and D.C.
|People in your household||2021 federal poverty level||Medicaid eligibility (138% of the FPL)|