Joe and Shelia have 2 children. They have 4 people living in their home. Joe earns $9/hour and works 40 hours per week. This means Joe makes $18,720 per year. Shelia earns $7.25/hour and works 20 hours per week. This means Shelia makes $7,540 per year. Their combined annual income is $26,260 which is less than the maximum $32,640 allowed with 4 people in the family. – Joe and Shelia’s income qualifies

Jennifer is a single mother with 3 children. She has 4 people living in her home. Jennifer earns $13/hour and works 40 hours per week. This means Jennifer makes $27,040 per year which is less than the maximum $32,640 allowed with 4 people in the family. – Jennifer’s income qualifies

Janet is a single mother with 2 children. She has 3 people living in her home. Janet earns $14/hour and works 40 hours per week. This means Janet makes $29,120 per year. Janet’s youngest child receives Social Security Disability benefits of $500 per month equaling $6,000 per year. Their combined annual income is $35,120 which is more than the maximum $29,376 allowed for 3 people in the family. – Janet’s income does not qualify

Brad and Linda are married with no children. They have 2 people living in their home. Brad earns $8.50/hour and works 20 hours per week. This means Brad makes $8,840 per year. Linda receives Social Security Disability benefits of $350 per month equaling $4,200 per year. Their combined income per year is $13,040 which is less than the minimum $15,232 allowed with 2 people in the home. – Brad and Linda’s income does not qualify