A) The income limit for Medicaid eligibility in Indiana is determined by the Federal Poverty Level (FPL). As of 2021, the maximum income limit for an individual to be eligible for Medicaid in Indiana is 138% of the FPL. This equates to an annual income of about $17,609 for an individual. However, there are many other factors that can impact Medicaid eligibility, such as household size, citizenship status, and disability status, among others.
It’s best to check with the Indiana Medicaid program directly to determine your specific eligibility and the amount of benefits you may be eligible for. You can find more information on the Indiana Medicaid website or by calling their customer service hotline.