RELATED: Surviving (and Thriving) as a Single Mom. And lastly, remember you're not alone. There's a network of support for single parents who would like to adopt. Here are a few places to start:Author: Parents. If you are single there are a number of welfare benefits that you could qualify for. The type and amount you receive will vary from person to person. Some people can receive welfare benefits even while they are working, as long as their income falls below a certain level.
Single people (a household of one) are eligible for food stamps if their income is below 130 percent of the poverty level. As of 2011, anyone who is not elderly or disabled with a monthly income of less than $1,174 per month before deductions can qualify for food stamp benefits. Single adults without disabilities are not considered -- with the exception of low-income pregnant women in need of prenatal care. Anyone with bank accounts, cash or assets worth $1,500 such as a personal car is denied coverage.
Nov 24, 2015 · For a single person with no dependents who has no major deductions, claiming 2 federal allowances is the typical default. That should get you very close to zero refund, though you could owe a little bit as well depending what else you are up to. Dec 27, 2018 · For Families. A single person living alone or intending to live alone qualifies. Households can be eligible with one or more elderly or disabled residents under the care of a live-in aid or who are heads of the house or spouses; an elderly or disabled person may live alone and qualify as a .