Your net income is your gross income minus any allowable deductions. And assets are "countable resources" like cash, money in a bank account, and certain vehicles. For fiscal year 2023 (Oct. 1, 2022 – Sept. 30, 2023), a two-member household with a net monthly income of $1,526 (100% of poverty) might qualify for SNAP.
Because each state has a different application form and process, a member of your household must contact your state agency directly to apply. You can contact your state agency by visiting your local SNAP office, visiting your state agency's website, or calling your state's toll-free SNAP Information hotline.Locate Your SNAP OfficeApply Now
Find out if you are eligible for SNAP
To be eligible for SNAP benefits, you must meet your state's requirements, including income limits. States may also look at other resources, like money you have in your bank, to decide if you qualify for SNAP.Qualify Now!
How to Apply for Snap
To get SNAP benefits, you must apply in the state in which you currently live and you must meet certain requirements, including resource and income limits, which are described on this page. SNAP income and resource limits are updated annually.
The information on this page is for Oct. 1, 2022, through Sept. 30, 2023
There are special SNAP rules for households with elderly or disabled members.Frequently Asked Questions