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To receive EAEDC, you must:
EAEDC can help you if you are:
The income limits are based on living arrangement, which is who you live with or where you live. There are several different living arrangements, each with a different income limit. Use your gross income to see if you qualify. Gross income is the amount before taxes or other deductions.
Each additional household member
If you are applying because you are caring for a disabled person, the disabled person’s income cannot be more than $1,500 monthly.
A deduction is the amount of your income that doesn't count. If your income is from a job, deductions are allowed as follows:
Your total assets cannot add up to more than:
Assets are things of value like bank accounts and cars. If you own 1 car, $1,500 of its value does not count.
If you give assets away to become eligible for EAEDC, you are not eligible.
Certain things, like the house you live in, do not count as assets.
If you are applying because you are caring for a disabled person, the disabled person’s assets cannot be more than $2,000.
You can apply for EAEDC at your local DTA office.