|1. CSRA Minimum a||$29,724||1/1/23|
|2. CSRA Maximum a||$148,620||1/1/23|
|3. Minimum MMNA b||$2,465/month||7/1/23|
|4. Maximum MMNA a||$3,715.50/month||1/1/23
|5. Shelter Standard c|
|6. Personal Needs Allowance||$45/month||7/1/07|
|7. Home Maintenance Deduction||$936.10 (6 month limit)||1/1/23|
|8. Penalty Divisor||$12,869.59/month|
|9. Resource Limit||$2,400 if income ≥ $2,742/month,|
$8,000 if income <$2,742/month
|10. Excess Home Equity Limit||$688,000||1/1/23|
|a – Annual CPI Adjustment|
b – 150% of poverty level—family of 2
c – 30% of Minimum MMNA
These figures compiled as a service of Sykes Elder Law, LLC.
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