Joe and Shelia have 2 children under the age of 18 (dependents). This brings their family total to 4. John works full time with 40 hours per week at $9/hour. This means Joe makes $18,720 per year. Shelia only works part-time with 20 hours per week at $7.25/hour. This means Shelia makes $7,540 per year. Their combined income per year is $26,260 which is less than the maximum $29,160 they can earn with 4 people being in their family. – Joe and Shelia do qualify income limits wise

Jennifer is a single mother with 3 children under the age of 18 (dependents). This brings their family total to 4. Janet works full time with 40 hours per week at $13/hour. This means Janet makes $27,040 per year. Her income per year is $24,960 which is less than the maximum $29,160 they can earn with 4 people being in their family. – Jennifer does qualify income limits wise

Janet is a single mother with 2 children under the age of 18 (dependents). This brings their family total to 3. Janet works full time with 40 hours per week at $10/hour. This means Janet makes $20,800 per year. Janet’s youngest child receives Social Security Disability benefits of $500 per month equaling $6,000 per year. Their combined income per year is $26,800 which is more than the maximum $26,280 they can earn with 3 people being in their family. – Janet does not qualify income limits wise

Brad and Linda are married with no children. This brings their family total to 2. Brad works full time with 40 hours per week at $10/hour. This means Brad makes $20,800 per year. Linda receives Social Security Disability benefits of $350 per month equaling $4,200 per year. Their combined income per year is $25,000 which is more than the maximum $23,340 they can earn with 2 people being in their family. –  Brad and Linda do not qualify income limits wise