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: Medicaid, Marketplace Tax Subsidies, SNAP, energy assistance, and other subsidies. The thresholds vary by state. Use this calculator to get an estimate of where your family falls on the FPL.

Calculator updated April 17, 2020

If you are having issues with the new version of the calculator, our previous 2020 calculator is available here.

Select year:
After selecting a year and family size, simply enter a value in any one of the five boxes below and hit <Enter>. All other values will be calculated and displayed automatically. Monetary values are rounded to the nearest dollar.
$ annually

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$ biweekly
$ weekly
2020 Annual FPL 2020 Monthly FPL
50% 100% 156% 191% 200% 250% 306% 400%
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