The Effect of Increased Income on Medicaid?

Do I lose my Medicaid if my income more than doubles?

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March 24, 20180 found this helpful

Of course, this answer will depend on how much your salary was before the increase, but, most likely you will not longer qualify.

  • Medicaid has very strict rules so you will have to contact them if your income changes to any degree.
  • Here is the link to check to see if you will still qualify if your income increase as Medicaid benefits are based on your family size as well as your income.
  • www.hhs.gov/.../index.html
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March 24, 20180 found this helpful

There is a maximum amount a household can make and still qualify for Medicaid. It depends on how many people are in the household.

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March 26, 20180 found this helpful

Probably. You'll have to see if you've surpassed the allowed limit.

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