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Kentucky Food Stamp Income Qualification

Kentucky Food Stamp Income Qualification limits will vary according to your household size. Most SNAP rules apply to all households, but there are a few special rules for households that contain an elderly or disabled member. (A person is elderly if he or she is 60 years of age or older. A household with an elderly person or a person who is receiving certain types of disability payments only has to meet only the net income qualification. 




You can See table below for both the net and gross income limit requirements according to household size in Kentucky. Your house hold income includes wages, salaries, commissions, social security benefits, SSI, veteran’s benefits, child support, contributions, unemployment compensation, etc. Kentucky Food Stamp Program Income Limits

Kentucky Food Stamp Income Qualification limits October 1, 2013 through September 30, 2014

People in Kentucky Household
Gross Monthly Income
Net Monthly Income Limits
 
1
$1,245
$ 958
 
2
$1,681
$1,293
 
3
$2,116
$1,628
 
4
$2,552
$1,963
 
5
$2,987
$2,298
 
6
$3,423
$2,633
 
7
$3,858
$2,968
 
8
$4,294
$3,303
 
Add another Member
+$545
+$420

Your Kentucky households may have $2,000 in countable resources, such as a bank account, or $3250 in countable resources if at least one person is age 60 or older, or is disabled.  However, certain resources are NOT counted, such as a home and lot, the resources of people who receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI), the resources of people who receive Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF, formerly AFDC), and most retirement (pension) plans.

Kentucky Food Stamp Income Qualification

Kentucky Food Stamp Online Application

Kentucky Food Stamp Application Form

Kentucky Food Stamp Allotment

For further information, contact your local Kentucky Food Stamp (SNAP) or State office Or call Kentucky State’s SNAP Hotline at 1-800-372-2973

Applying for Food Stamp or SNAP benefits

To apply for Food Stamp or SNAP benefits contact your local (SNAP) food stamp office office. Each State program has their own application form. If your State’s form is not on the web yet, you may need to contact your local food stamp office to request one.

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  1. I received a voicemail Monday, informing me that I would have a food stamp phone interview Wednesday April 22, 2020. Waited around all day and no one called. This system is so ridiculous, not that I can ever get assistance, but in the midst of this pandemic the lack of assistance is extremely alarming! I’ve been out of work since the beginning of March and have been applying since. I filed a complaint the week prior and then I suddenly got that voicemail about an appointment, but the office never called. How is a government funded division so unorganized?

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