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Offline hmgROCK

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Help a couple families file for this rebate already
Itís $100 per kid under 18 years before 2018
You will need their birthday and SSN

https://childtaxrebate.wi.gov

Again
Different state=Different laws=regulation=foodstamp



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Saw someone post it.  Not bad!



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Offline hmgROCK

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Yea
Itís only a Wisconsin thing
And people with kids only


Iím kinda of surprises
Our GOP governor donít do freebies



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Help a couple families file for this rebate already
Itís $100 per kid under 18 years before 2018
You will need their birthday and SSN

https://childtaxrebate.wi.gov

Again
Different state=Different laws=regulation=foodstamp

"food stamp" eligibility has limitations like assets and/or income in all states...Here's the info for WI...Yeah, frauds like hmgFRAUD still don't care about those limitation regs/rules as they continue to lie and steal from the poor's public resource even when they don't quality:

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* If your family's gross income is at or below 200% of the FPL your family will pass the "Gross Income Test." You will be given certain credits which will be subtracted from your gross income.  (By gross income, we mean before any taxes and deductions have been taken.)

** If your family's net income is at or below 100% of the FPL after your credits have been subtracted, you may be able to get FoodShare benefits. For more information about the credits you may be able to get, please see the ForwardHealth Enrollment and Benefits handbook.

***If you are enrolled in FoodShare, you must report to your agency if your family's income goes over 130% of the FPL.  For more information about reporting changes, see the ForwardHealth Enrollment and Benefits handbook.

****In a very small percent of cases, 165% of the FPL is used to see if you are able to get FoodShare benefits.  This income limit is used if you and your spouse (if married) are living and eating with others and you need to apply separately.  You may do this only if:

You are age 60 or older.

You cannot purchase and prepare your own meals because:

You are considered by the Social Security Administration to be permanently disabled, or
You have a permanent physical or mental non disease-related disability.
The gross monthly income of the persons with whom you and your spouse (if married) live with does not go over 165% of the FPL for the number of others in the household.
To learn more about FoodShare Wisconsin and how to apply, visit How To Get FoodShare Benefits.



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