Connecticut State Median Income: 2017

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State Median Income is established by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. These guidelines are used to determine income eligibility for various local, state, and federal programs.

For most programs that use SMI for eligibility, the income chart is effective July 1-June 30 of each year.

Family size 100% State Median 30% State Median 50% State Median 60% State Median 75% State Median
1 57,277.48 17,183.24 28,638.74 34,366.49 42,958.11
2 74,901.32 22,470.40 37,450.66 44,940.60 56,175.99
3 92,525.16 27,757.55 46,262.58 55,515.09 69,393.87
4 110,149.00 33,044.70 55,074.50 66,089.40 82,611.75
5 127,772.84 38,331.85 63,886.42 76,663.70 95,829.63
6 145,396.68 43,619.00 72,698.34 87,238.08 109,047.51
7 148,701.15 44,610.35 74,350.58 89,220.69 111,525.86
8 152,005.62 45,601.69 76,002.81 91,203.37 114,004.22

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SOURCE: Connecticut Department of Social Services
PREPARED BY: 211/tb
CONTENT LAST REVIEWED: October2017