|FPL Calculator (Federal Poverty Level)|
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What is the Federal Poverty Level (FPL)?
The federal poverty level is a number set by the federal government each year. FPL is based on income and family size. This number is used to determine eligibility for different federal & state benefit programs.
What Programs Use FPL?
FPL is used to determine eligibility for programs like: Medicaid, food, housing & telecommunications assistance, Marketplace Tax Subsidies, and others. The thresholds vary by state. Each public benefits program may have a different effective date. Use this calculator to get an estimate of where your family falls on the FPL. Learn more.
This is the previous version of our calculator from January 2020. If you are here because you are having issues with the updated version, we'd appreciate it if you could send us an email so we can address the problem!
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FPL Guidelines - Effective January 15, 2020. These guidelines apply to the 48 contiguous states and the District of Columbia.
For access to the 2019 FPL calculator, click here.
The 2019 FPL calculator may be appropriate when calculating FPL for a Marketplace application.
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