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What is the income limit for Medicaid?

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The income limit for Medicaid is a percentage of the federal poverty level, but this percentage varies from state to state, according to Medicaid.gov. Since the introduction of the Affordable Care Act, a number of the requirements and income levels have changed.

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What is the income limit for Medicaid?
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The amount of income a person can make and still draw Medicaid also depends on the reason a person is drawing as well, as how many people are in their household, according to the NC Department of Health and Human Services. If someone is unsure if they qualify, then contacting their local or state Medicaid office will allow them to talk to a Medicaid official who can provide them with the correct information.

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