Household Members

Results: Your approximate food stamp allotment is $1 per month

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Food Stamp Helpline: 1-800-481-4989

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Total Unearned: 0
Total Earned: 0
Net Earned: 0 * 0.8 = 0
Standard Deduction for a household size of 0 is 151
Total Countable Income/TCI (net earned + total unearned - standard deduction): 0 + 0 - 151 = -151
Dependent/child care deductions (TCI + dependent care): -151 - 0 = -151
Child Support Deductions (TCI - child support): -151 - 0 = -151
Adjusted net income: -151

Shelter Deductions
Rent:
Taxes:
Fees:
Pay Heat? No
Pay electric? No
Pay water? No
Pay telephone? No
Pay fuel? No
Pay garbage? No
Shelter costs are: 0
Initial shelter deduction (shelter costs - (adjusted net / 2)): 0 - ( -151 / 2) = 75
Actual shelter deduction: 75

Net food stamp income (adjusted net - shelter deduction): -151 - 75 = -226
Countable income (net food stamp income X 0.3): -226 * 0.3 = -68
Maximum allotment for household size 0: 1
Approximate allotment: 1