What Income Is Considered Low Income In California?
By government standards, "low-income" earners are men and women whose household income is less than double the Federal Poverty Level (FPL). For a single person household, the 2019 FPL was $12,490 a year. That means that a single person making less than $25,000 a year would be considered low income.
Living on a Low Income | MoneyGeek.com
2020 POVERTY GUIDELINES FOR THE 48 CONTIGUOUS STATES AND THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
2020 Poverty Guidelines | ASPE - HHS.gov
Current Income Guidelines
Income Limits | Tustin, CA
However, the formulas used by HUD can offer peculiar results in some high-cost areas, including Los Angeles, where the 2021 low-income limit of $94,600 for a family of four exceeds the countywide median income of $80,000.
California HCD publishes updated state income limits for 2021