What does SSI Mao mean?

What does SSI Mao mean?

Supplemental Security Income-Medical Assistance Only
SSI-MAO means Supplemental Security Income-Medical Assistance Only.

What do you need to qualify for access?

AHCCCS Basic Eligibility Requirements

  1. Be under 65 years old. You can be 65 or older if you are the parent or caretaker of a child.
  2. Not be eligible for Medicare.
  3. Be a U.S. citizen or meet specific noncitizen requirements, and.
  4. Have income below certain limits.

How much can you make and still get Ahcccs?

You and your family can usually get AHCCCS (AHCCCS) if your family’s income is at or below 138% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL) ($17,774 for an individual in 2021, $36,570 for a family of four).

What is the Medicare savings program in Arizona?

Medicare beneficiaries in Arizona can qualify for a Medicare Savings Program (MSP) with incomes up to $1,416 a month if single and $1,920 a month if married. In Arizona, applicants can qualify for Medicaid for the aged, blind and disabled with monthly incomes up to $1,064 (single) and $1,437 (married).

What is the maximum income to qualify for food stamps in Arizona?

Who is eligible for Arizona Nutrition Assistance Program (NA)?

Household Size* Maximum Income Level (Per Year)
1 $16,744
2 $22,646
3 $28,548
4 $34,450

What is the income limit for Medicare in 2020?

An individual earning more than $87,000, but less than or equal to $109,000, will pay $202.40 in total a month for Part B premiums in 2020, including a $57.80 surcharge. That’s up 9% from 2019, when they paid $189.60 total in a month, including a $54.10 surcharge.

What is the income limit for food stamps in AZ?

SNAP Max Income for Food Stamps Oct. 1, 2019, through Sept. 30, 2020

Household Size Gross Monthly Income Limits (130% of poverty) Net Monthly Income Limits (100% of poverty)
1 $1,354 $1,041
2 $1,832 $1,410
3 $2,311 $1,778
4 $2,790 $2,146