Federal Poverty Level Chart (2017)

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The Affordable Care Act creates advanceable, refundable premium tax credits to individuals and families with incomes up to 400% of the Federal Poverty Level and cost-sharing subsidies for people earning less than 250% of the Federal Poverty Level. The FPL numbers are announced every January by HHS.This chart shows the annual income for households with 1 to 8 family members at 100%, 133%, 200%, 250%, 300%, and 400% of the Federal Poverty Level in 2015 for the 48 contiguous states and the Disctrict of Columbia.

Household Size 100% 133% 200% 250% 300% 400%
1 $12,060 $16,040 $24,120 $30,150 $36,180 $48,240
2 $16,240 $21,599 $32,480 $40,600 $48,720 $64,960
3 $20,420 $27,159 $40,840 $51,050 $61,260 $81,680
4 $24,600 $32,718 $49,200 $61,500 $73,800 $98,400
5 $28,780 $38,277 $57,560 $71,950 $86,340 $115,120
6 $32,960 $43,837 $65,920 $82,400 $98,880 $131,840
7 $37,140 $49,396 $74,280 $92,850 $111,420 $148,560
8 $41,320 $54,956 $82,640 $103,300 $123,960 $165,280

Note: The Federal Poverty Levels are higher for Alaska and Hawaii.

Click here to view the FPL chart on the federal government’s ASPE page.

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