Federal Poverty Level (FPL)

Federal Poverty Level (FPL)

The Federal Poverty Level, or FPL, is a measure of income level published each year by the Department of Health and Human Services. Federal poverty levels are used to help determine your eligibility for certain programs and benefits.

  • The 2019 Federal Poverty Levels are used to determine who may be currently eligible for MassHealth programs.
  • The 2018  Federal Poverty Levels are used to determine who may be eligible for Health Connector or ConnectorCare plans.

Last Update: March 14, 2019  

March 13, 2017    Eligibility, General Information, Glossary, Individuals & Families, MassHealth  
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