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 How Much Money Can You Make & Still Qualify for Welfare?

Answer The U.S. federal assistance program known as welfare began during the Great Depression of the 1930s, when the federal government responded to the needs of an enormous number of families who had lit... Read More »
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How much money do I need to make to qualify for a mortgage?

A borrower qualifies for a mortgage based upon the debt-to-income ratio, which measures total monthly debt versus total monthly income. Lenders typically require the ratio to be under 36 to 42 perc... Read More »
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How much money do I have to make to qualify for a Pell Grant?

There is not a minimum income requirement for a Pell Grant. The My Pell Grant website says nearly all students with an aggregate household income under $20,000 receive the benefits if they meet the... Read More »
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How much money do you have to make to qualify for the child tax credit?

No minimum amount of income must be earned to qualify for the Child Tax Credit. However, there are limitations on how much you can earn and remain eligible. Married couples who file a joint return ... Read More »
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How much money can I make& still receive SSI?

SSI (Supplemental Security Income) is provided by Social Security in the maximum amount of $674 per month for an individual and $1,011 for a couple, as of 2010. To receive the maximum SSI monthly... Read More »
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