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To be eligible for M.E.D. Works, you must:
The countable income formula for M.E.D. Works is a formula to determine how people will be eligible for the program. The following are some of the things disregarded in the Countable Income Formula:
After the Countable Income Formula is completed, your income will be compared with the Federal Poverty Level. If your income is less than 350% of the Federal Poverty Level, you will be eligible for M.E.D. Works, as long as you meet the resource guidelines.
The resource limits for M.E.D. Works are $2000 for individual and $3000 for a married couple. The resource limits are similar to those of the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program. In general, resources that are excluded are:
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