2009/2010 HHS Poverty Guidelines

For all states (except Alaska and Hawaii) and for the District of Columbia

Size of family
unit
100
Percent
of Poverty
110
Percent
of Poverty
125
Percent
of Poverty
150
Percent
of Poverty
175
Percent
of Poverty
185
Percent
of Poverty
200
Percent
of Poverty
1 $10,830 $11,913 $13,538 $16,245 $18,953 $20,036 $21,660
2 $14,570 $16,027 $18,213 $21,855 $25,498 $26,955 $29,140
3 $18,310 $20,141 $22,888 $27,465 $32,043 $33,874 $36,620
4 $22,050 $24,255 $27,563 $33,075 $38,588 $40,793 $44,100
5 $25,790 $28,369 $32,238 $38,685 $45,133 $47,712 $51,580
6 $29,530 $32,483 $36,913 $44,295 $51,678 $54,631 $59,060
7 $33,270 $36,597 $41,588 $49,905 $58,223 $61,550 $66,540
8 $37,010 $40,711 $46,263 $55,515 $64,768 $68,469 $74,020

For family units with more than 8 members, add $3,740 for each additional person at 100% of poverty; $4,114 at 110 %; $4,675 at 125%; $5,610 at 150%; $6,545 at 175%; $6,919 at 185% and $7,480 at 200% of poverty.

Note: For optional use in FFY 2009 and mandatory use in FFY 2010

Page last updated: September 9, 2013