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LIHEAP IM Estimated State Median Income, By Household Size and By State, FY 2014

Published: May 15, 2013
Audience:
Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
Category:
Guidance, Policies, Procedures, Information Memorandums (IM)

Attachment 2

ESTIMATED STATE MEDIAN INCOME, BY HOUSEHOLD SIZE AND BY STATE, FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 2014

States

Estimated State Median Income (SMI) for four-person families1

60 percent of estimated SMI for four-person families2

60 Percent of Estimated SMI2

1-Person Hsehld.

2-Person Hsehld.

3-Person Hsehld.

4-Person Hsehld.

5-Person Hsehld.

6-Person Hsehld.

Alabama

$64,899

$38,939

$20,248

$26,479

$32,709

$38,939

$45,169

$51,399

Alaska

87,726

52,636

27,371

35,792

44,214

52,636

61,058

69,480

Arizona

64,434

38,660

20,103

26,289

32,474

38,660

44,846

51,031

Arkansas

56,994

34,196

17,782

23,253

28,725

34,196

39,667

45,139

California

77,679

46,607

24,236

31,693

39,150

46,607

54,064

61,521

Colorado

84,431

50,659

26,343

34,448

42,554

50,659

58,764

66,870

Connecticut

103,173

61,904

32,190

42,095

51,999

61,904

71,809

81,713

Delaware

83,557

50,134

26,070

34,091

42,113

50,134

58,155

66,177

Dist. of Col.

87,902

52,741

27,425

35,864

44,302

52,741

61,180

69,618

Florida

65,406

39,244

20,407

26,686

32,965

39,244

45,523

51,802

Georgia

67,401

40,441

21,029

27,500

33,970

40,441

46,912

53,382

Hawaii

85,350

51,210

26,629

34,823

43,016

51,210

59,404

67,597

Idaho

61,724

37,034

19,258

25,183

31,109

37,034

42,959

48,885

Illinois

81,770

49,062

25,512

33,362

41,212

49,062

56,912

64,762

Indiana

70,504

42,302

21,997

28,765

35,534

42,302

49,070

55,839

Iowa

76,905

46,143

23,994

31,377

38,760

46,143

53,526

60,909

Kansas

74,073

44,444

23,111

30,222

37,333

44,444

51,555

58,666

Kentucky

65,968

39,581

20,582

26,915

33,248

39,581

45,914

52,247

Louisiana

68,964

41,378

21,517

28,137

34,758

41,378

47,998

54,619

Maine

74,481

44,689

23,238

30,389

37,539

44,689

51,839

58,989

Maryland

105,348

63,209

32,869

42,982

53,096

63,209

73,322

83,436

Massachusetts

102,773

61,664

32,065

41,932

51,798

61,664

71,530

81,396

Michigan

73,354

44,012

22,886

29,928

36,970

44,012

51,054

58,096

Minnesota

87,283

52,370

27,232

35,612

43,991

52,370

60,749

69,128

Mississippi

57,662

34,597

17,990

23,526

29,061

34,597

40,133

45,668

Missouri

70,896

42,538

22,120

28,926

35,732

42,538

49,344

56,150

Montana

68,905

41,343

21,498

28,113

34,728

41,343

47,958

54,573

Nebraska

74,484

44,690

23,239

30,389

37,540

44,690

51,840

58,991

Nevada

69,475

41,685

21,676

28,346

35,015

41,685

48,355

55,024

New Hampshr.

94,838

56,903

29,590

38,694

47,799

56,903

66,007

75,112

New Jersey

103,852

62,311

32,402

42,371

52,341

62,311

72,281

82,251

New Mexico

57,353

34,412

17,894

23,400

28,906

34,412

39,918

45,424

New York

83,648

50,189

26,098

34,129

42,159

50,189

58,219

66,249

N. Carolina

66,985

40,191

20,899

27,330

33,760

40,191

46,622

53,052

North Dakota

82,605

49,563

25,773

33,703

41,633

49,563

57,493

65,423

Ohio

73,924

44,354

23,064

30,161

37,257

44,354

51,451

58,547

Oklahoma

63,580

38,148

19,837

25,941

32,044

38,148

44,252

50,355

Oregon

69,573

41,744

21,707

28,386

35,065

41,744

48,423

55,102

Pennsylvania

80,937

48,562

25,252

33,022

40,792

48,562

56,332

64,102

Rhode Island

87,793

52,676

27,392

35,820

44,248

52,676

61,104

69,532

South Carolina

62,965

37,779

19,645

25,690

31,734

37,779

43,824

49,868

South Dakota

71,207

42,724

22,216

29,052

35,888

42,724

49,560

56,396

Tennessee

64,042

38,425

19,981

26,129

32,277

38,425

44,573

50,721

Texas

66,880

40,128

20,867

27,287

33,708

40,128

46,548

52,969

Utah

68,017

40,810

21,221

27,751

34,280

40,810

47,340

53,869

Vermont

81,408

48,845

25,399

33,215

41,030

48,845

56,660

64,475

Virginia

90,109

54,065

28,114

36,764

45,415

54,065

62,715

71,366

Washington

83,238

49,943

25,970

33,961

41,952

49,943

57,934

65,925

West Virginia

63,863

38,318

19,925

26,056

32,187

38,318

44,449

50,580

Wisconsin

79,141

47,485

24,692

32,290

39,887

47,485

55,083

62,680

Wyoming

76,868

46,121

23,983

31,362

38,742

46,121

53,500

60,880

Note--The estimated U.S. median income for 4-person families is $75,845 for the period covered by this memorandum.

1 Prepared by the U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Department of Commerce (Census Bureau) from the 2009 through 2011 American Community Surveys (ACSs). For further information, see the 2011 ACS 3-year estimates in Table B19119, broken out by All States within the United States.. One can find this table by searching for “Table B19119” in the “topic or table name box” at http://factfinder2.census.gov/faces/nav/jsf/pages/searchresul.... Alternatively, one can contact the Census Bureau's Social, Economic and Housing Statistics Division (SEHSD) at (301) 763-3243.

2 Prepared by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Office of Community Services, Division of Energy Assistance. In accordance with 45 CFR 96.85, 60 percent of each State's estimated median income for a four-person family is multiplied by the following percentages to adjust for household size for LIHEAP: 52 percent for a one-person household, 68 percent for a two-person household, 84 percent for a three-person household, 100 percent for a four-person household, 116 percent for a five-person household, and 132 percent for a six-person household. For each additional household member above six people, add three percentage points to the percentage for a six-person household (132 percent), and multiply the new percentage by 60 percent of the State's estimated median income for a four-person family.