window.location = link; In areas where there is a statistically valid survey estimate using 2015 one-year ACS or PRCS data, that is used. (http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/bulletins/fy2008/b08-01.pdf). These exceptions are detailed in the FY 2014Income Limits Briefing Material report, at the following site: http://www.huduser.org/portal/datasets/il/il14/IncomeLimitsBriefingMaterial_FY14.pdf Please review this report and pay special attention to Attachments 3 and 4 that list the exceptions for metropolitan areas. The imputed income limitation (as defined in 26 U.S.C. A: The 1-8 Person 50% Income Limits are as follows: This system provides complete documentation of the development of the FY 2010 Income Limits (ILs) for FY 2013 Income Limits Area Definitions report places a “CBSA” in front of those areas where all counties in the CBSA are used in the calculation; an “SA” is placed in front of those areas where only the counties or towns of the subarea are used. back to top. Furthermore, in an effort to minimize disruptions in the operation of the section 8 Housing Choice Voucher program, HUD has instituted maximum thresholds for the amount income limits can change from year to year. Please access the FY 2019 Income Limits Documentation System using this link: Specifically, for each metropolitan area, subarea of a metropolitan area, and non- metropolitan county, 2010-2014 5-year ACS data is used as the new basis for calculating MFI estimates. What are Multifamily Tax Subsidy Projects? 42(g)(2). For an ACS estimate to be considered statistically valid, the estimate must have a margin of error less than half the size of the estimate and the estimate must be based on at least 100 observations. nonmetropolitan income limits in low-income areas, and national maximums in high-income areas. calculate income limit percentages based on a direct arithmetic relationship with the For a complete description of the area definitions a used in the FY 2012 Income Limits, please review the Area Definitions report: http://www.huduser.org/portal/datasets/il/il12/area_definitions.pdf. These changes were due to changes published by OMB promoting two Micropolitan Statistical Areas to Metropolitan Statistical Areas (http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/bulletins/fy2007/b07-01.pdf). In areas where there is a valid 1-year ACS survey MFI result, HUD endeavors to use this data as well to take advantage of more recent survey information. This system provides complete documentation of the development of the FY 2010 Median Family Income (MFI) estimates for any area of the country A: The area definitions used for income limits and median family income estimates follow the areas determined for the Fair Market Rents (FMRs) for that fiscal year. Q10. For the following IHCDA programs: FP, MCC, NH – FHA and NH/MCC – FHA. Due to historical precedent, independent FMRs are calculated for Columbia, MD, but income limits are not. A: With two exceptions, Fair Market Rent areas and Income Limit areas are identical. This system provides complete documentation of the development of the FY 2015 Median Family Income (MFI) estimates for any area of the country back to top, 8. The extremely low income limits therefore are first calculated as 30/50ths (60 percent) of the Section 8 very low- income limits. A: For the Low Income Housing Tax Credit program, users should refer to the FY 2011 Multifamily Tax Subsidy Project income limits available at https://www.huduser.gov/portal/datasets/mtsp.html. Please use the “Jan 2016” link under 10 year Economic Projections label, Use Tab “3. Puerto Rico and other territories are specifically excluded from this adjustment. updated and developed starting with the 2000 Census benchmark and including update factors from Bureau of Labor Statistics Data (BLS) The most recent update was published 1/17/2020. Kentucky These exceptions are detailed in the FY 2012 Income Limits Briefing Material report, at the following site: http://www.huduser.org/portal/datasets/il/il12/IncomeLimitsBriefingMaterial_FY12.pdf Please review this report and pay special attention to Attachments 3 and 4 that list the exceptions for metropolitan areas.