What is low income in Florida?

Answer Florida, like most states, relies on federal guidelines for recognizing poor and low-income families. The federal poverty level for a one-person family is an income of $10,830; for a five-person fa... Read More »

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What Is Considered Low Income in Florida?

The United States Department of Health and Human Services Poverty Guidelines determine low-income limits in Florida. These limits depend on the number of people in a household. As of 2009, for a si... Read More »

What is considered low income in the state of Florida?

The low-income poverty thresholds established by the federal government are used by most states, including Florida (there are separate poverty guidelines for Alaska and Hawaii). Current poverty gui... Read More »

What is the income level to be eligible for Medicare in Florida?

Medicare eligibility rules are the same throughout the United States; there are no income eligibility guidelines to qualify for Medicare. According to the Medicare website, you must be a United Sta... Read More »

What was a Florida resident's median and average annual income in 2007?

The household median income for a Florida resident in 2007 was $47,804. Florida was the only state to show a decline in median income from 2007 to 2008 when it fell by $26 to $47,778. Average salar... Read More »