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NJ SNAP brochures 2013 (pdf)
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Yes, you may qualify for NJ SNAP!
Eligibility depends on several factors like income, household size, resources, etc.
> Click here to find out if you might be eligible for NJ SNAP
There are two ways to apply for NJ SNAP: you can apply at your County Welfare Agency or online.
> To find out where to apply in person in your county, contact your
County Welfare Agency or Board of Social Services
> Click Here to Apply Online!
> Click Here to Get Application Forms in Various Languages
> How to Apply for NJ SNAP (English) (pdf)
> Qué traer cuando usted solicita para los NJ SNAP (Español) (pdf)
The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is a special federal and state tax benefit for individuals and families who earned less than $50,200 from wages – whether it’s full-time, part-time or self-employment. This tax credit may reduce the amount of taxes you owe, or provide you with a refund, even if you don’t owe any taxes. Workers who saw their earnings drop in 2012 may qualify for the first time. Income, age and the number of qualifying children determine the amount of the credit, which can be up to $5,751. Workers without children also may qualify. For more information visit www.njeitc.org.
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