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When and How Much Will You Receive in January 2024 as Part of Your Snap Benefits?

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Dec 27, 2023
Food Stamps: Four Significant Snap Changes Are Expected by 2024

Eligible low-income families can receive food benefits through an Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) in the United States, which helps them afford wholesome food.

Changes are introduced by President Joe Biden’s Fiscal Responsibility Act, which will extend SNAP eligibility to age 54 in October 2024 for able-bodied adults aged 51 to 52 who can demonstrate that they are enrolled in full-time employment, receiving training, or attending school.

Pregnant women, the homeless, veterans, people with disabilities, and minors under 24 who were in foster care when they turned 18 are among the exceptions.

For households with one to eight people and more, the maximum allotments range from 291 to 1,751 dollars.

Although the goal of SNAP is to help low-income families, the amounts may not be sufficient to support households. The program’s payment schedule for 2024 is state-specific and offers a monthly benefit distribution schedule that promotes food security.

The SNAP Payment Calendar for 2024 is available for the following states:
Alabama: January 4, 2024–23,

  • Alaska: January 1–20, 2024
  • Arizona: January 1–8, 2024
  • Arkansas: January 5–15, 2024
  • First of January, 2024: California
  • North Carolina: January 1–7, 2024
  • South Carolina: January 1–9, 2024
  • Colorado: January 1–20, 2024
  • Connecticut: January 1, 2024–January 15, 2024
  • North Dakota: January 1–4, 2024
  • South Dakota: January 5–15, 2024
  • Delmarva: January 1, 2024
  • District of Columbia: January 1–20, 2024
  • Florida: January 1–8, 2024
  • Georgia: January 4, 2024–January 23, 2024
  • Hawaii: January 1–20, 2024
  • Idaho: January 1–8, 2024.
  • Illinois: January 5–15, 2024
  • Ind.: January 1, 2024
  • Iowa: January 1, 2024–7,
  • Kansas: January 1–9, 2024
  • Kentucky: January 1–20, 2024
  • Louisiana: January 1–15, 2024
  • Maine: January 1, 2024–4,
  • Maryland: January 1–20, 2024
  • Massachusetts: January 1–8, 2024
  • Michigan: January 4, 2024–23,
  • Minnesota: January 1–20, 2024
  • Mississippi: January 1–8, 2024
  • Missouri: January 5–15, 2024
  • Mont.: January 1, 2024
  • Nebraska: January 1–7, 2024
  • New Jersey: January 1–9, 2024
  • New York: January 1–20, 2024
  • New Hampshire: January 1–15, 2024
  • New Mexico: January 1–4, 2024
  • Ohio: January 5, 2024–15,
  • OK: January 1st, 2024
  • Oregon: January 1–7, 2024
  • Pennsylvania: January 1–9, 2024
  • Rhode Island: January 5–15, 2024
  • Tennessee: January 1–20, 2024
  • Texas: January 1–8, 2024.
  • Utah: January 5, 2024–15,
  • New England: January 1, 2024
  • Virginia: January 1–7, 2024
  • West Virginia: January 1–9, 2024
  • Washington: January 1–20, 2024
  • Wisconsin: January 1, 2024–January 15, 2024

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