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REFERENCE TABLE
2014 Section 8 income Guidelines (Maximum Annual Income)

HOUSEHOLD
SIZE
VERY LOW
25%

30%
LOW
50%

60%
MODERATE
80%

115%
MIDDLE
120%

1

$13,800  $   16,600  $ 27,600 $33,120  $ 44,150 $63,480 $66,240

2

$15,775  $   18,950  $ 31,550 $37,860  $ 50,450 $72,565 $75,720

3

$17,750  $   21,300  $ 35,500 $42,600  $ 56,750 $81,650 $85,200

4

$19,700  $   23,650  $ 39,400 $47,280  $ 63,050 $90,620 $94,560

5

$21,300  $   25,550  $ 42,600 $51,120  $ 68,100 $97,980 $102,240

6

$22,875  $   27,450  $ 45,750 $54,900  $ 73,150 $105,225 $109,800

7

$24,450  $   29,350  $ 48,900 $58,680  $ 78,200 $112,470 $117,360

8

$26,025  $   31,250  $ 52,050 $62,460  $ 83,250 $119,715 $124,920
More than 8 in household: add per person
Annual
$1,576 $1,892 $3,152 $3,782 $5,044 $7,250 $7,565

These figures are based on the Section 8 annual income limits for low- and moderate-income households set by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), effective Jan 31, 2014. HUD defines 50 percent of area median income as “very low income” and 80 percent as “low income.” The definition of very low-, low- and moderate-income in this table are based on City Ordinance 1029-AA which defines 50 percent of area median income as “low income” and 80 percent as “moderate income.”

REFERENCE TABLE
2014 Income Eligibility Guidelines for the Following Programs:
Basic Systems Repair Program, Emergency Heater Hotline and Emergency Repair Hotline

HOUSEHOLD SIZE
MAXIMUM ANNUAL INCOME
MAXIMUM MONTHLY INCOME
1
$17,505
$1,459
2
$23,595
$1,966
3
$29,685
$2,474
4
$35,775
$2,981
5
$41,865
$3,489
6
$47,955
$3,996
7
$54,045
$4,504
8
$60,132
$5,011
More than 8 in household, add per person:
$6,090
$508

These figures are calculated to 150 percent of federal poverty-level guidelines.
They are effective as of Jan. 22, 2014.

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