State of Illinois
Department of Human Services

SNAP

Effective in October 2013

Maximum Monthly Income Allowable

The guidelines below show the highest gross income your household can have in a month and still receive SNAP benefits. Gross income is your total monthly income from all sources before any deductions.

These amounts are only guidelines and do not apply to all households, so talk to your caseworker about YOUR needs.

Number of

People in Your

Household

Maximum Gross

Monthly Income

Maximum Gross

Monthly Income

(Age 60 and Over or Disabled)

1 $ 1,245 1,915
2 1,681 2,585
3 2,116 3,255
4 2,552 3,925
5 2,987 4,595
6 3,423 5,265
7 3,858 5,935
8 4,294 6,605
9 4,730 7,275
10 5,166 7,945
Each additional person add 436 670

SNAP

Effective in November 2013

Maximum Monthly SNAP Amounts

The chart below shows the maximum dollar amount of SNAP benefits your household can receive each month. This dollar amount is based on the number of people in your household, your income and your expenses. You could receive any amount up to or including these amounts. Talk to your caseworker about YOUR needs.

Number of People in
Your Household
Maximum Gross
Monthly Benefits
1 $ 189.00
2 $ 347.00
3 $ 497.00
4 $ 632.00
5 $ 750.00
6 $ 900.00
7 $ 995.00
8 $ 1,137.00
9 $ 1,279.00
10 $ 1,421.00

For households with more than 10 persons, add $142 for each additional person.

Apply on-line at: https://abe.illinois.gov/abe/access/


DHS 124 October (R-09-13) SNAP Card

Printed by the Authority of the State of Illinois

12,000 copies  P.O. #14-437