By statute, family size adjustments are required to provide higher income limits for larger families and lower income limits for smaller families.
The factors used are as follows:
|Number of Persons in Family and Percentage Adjustments|
Income limits for families with more than eight persons are not included in the printed lists because of space limitations. For each person in excess of eight, the four-person income limit should be multiplied by an additional 8 percent. (For example, the nine-person income limit equals 140 percent [132 + 8] of the relevant four-person income limit.)
Local agencies may round income limits for nine or more persons to the nearest $50, or may use the un-rounded numbers.
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