Texas Medicaid Income Limits & Asset Limits (2014-2015)

NOTE: Update posted for 2016 Medicaid Limits (click here)MEDICAID in TEXAS2014 Amounts2015 AmountsIncome Cap (one Medicaid patient)$2,163 / month$2,199 / monthIncome Cap

(both spouses are Medicaid patients)$4,326 / month$4,398 / monthCountable Asset Cap (one Medicaid patient)$2000$2000Countable Asset Cap (both spouses are Medicaid patients)$3000$3000Spousal Protected Resource Amount (minimum spousal impoverishment allowance)$23,448$23,844Spousal Protected Resource Amount (maximum spousal impoverishment allowance unless couple qualifies for Expanded SPRA)$117,240$119,220Maximum Monthly Maintenance Needs Allowance$2,931$2980.50Transfer Penalty$156.34/day$162.41/day as of 9-1-15



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