Oregon Income Guidelines

For energy assistance

Eligibility for energy-assistance programs is based on total gross income. This means that families sharing a home must apply as one residence unit. To be eligible, the total household income cannot exceed the amounts shown below.

60% of state median income by household size for use in 2017/2018 (effective Oct. 1, 2017)

 

Household Size             Annual Income         Monthly Income
            1         $23,095.00         $1,924.58
            2         $30,201.00         $2,516.75
            3         $37,308.00         $3,109.00
            4         $44,414.00         $3,701.16
            5         $51,520.00         $4,293.33
            6         $58,626.00         $4,885.50
            7         $59,958.00         $4,996.50
            8         $61,291.00         $5,107.58
            9         $62,623.00         $5,218.58
            10         $63,956.00         $5,329.66
            11         $65,288.00         $5,440.66
            12         $66,620.00         $5,551.66

 

For each additional family member, add $1,332.00 annually or $111.00 monthly.

If your household meets the IRS low to moderate income guidelines, you could qualify to receive Earned Income Tax Credits. To find out if you qualify call the IRS at 800-829-1040 or visit the IRS website.