WIC Income Guidelines Alaska

When applying for benefits, part of the requirement is your income. The state agency uses the Alaska WIC income guidelines listed below to help determine if an applicant is eligible for the WIC program. A person or certain family members, who participate in other benefit programs such as SNAP, Medicaid, or TANF, automatically meet the WIC income eligibility requirements. If you are looking to apply for the WIC program and need to know all the requirements, how to apply for Alaska WIC.

Alaska WIC Income Guidelines
WIC calculates eligibility based on gross income before taxes are taken out. Total income includes all of your family's PFDs. When pregnant, your unborn child counts as a family member.

Household Size Annual Monthly Twice-Monthly Bi-Weekly Weekly
1 $27,232 $2,270 $1,135 $1,048 $524
2 $36,852 $3,071 $1,536 $1,418 $709
3 $46,472 $3,873 $1,937 $1,788 $894
4 $56,092 $4,675 $2,338 $2,158 $1,079
5 $65,712 $5,476 $2,738 $2,528 $1,264
6 $75,332 $6,278 $3,139 $2,898 $1,449
7 $84,952 $7,080 $3,540 $3,268 $1,634
8 $94,572 $7,881 $3,941 $3,638 $1,819
9 $104,192 $8,683 $4,342 $4,008 $2,004
10 $113,812 $9,485 $4,743 $4,378 $2,189
11 $123,432 $10,286 $5,143 $4,748 $2,374
12 $133,052 $11,088 $5,544 $5,118 $2,559
13 $142,672 $11,890 $5,945 $5,488 $2,744
14 $152,292 $12,691 $6,346 $5,858 $2,929
15 $161,912 $13,493 $6,747 $6,228 $3,114
16 $171,532 $14,295 $7,148 $6,598 $3,299
Each Add'l Member Add $9,620 $802 $401 $370 $185

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