The Lower Living Standard Income Level (LLSIL) reflects cost of living increases for the Regions and major metro areas by calculating the percentage change in the most recent Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) for an area then applying this calculation to each of the previous year's LLSIL figures.
The LLSIL Guidelines include income charts that are used by state and local workforce investment areas to determine income eligibility for the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) programs for youth and certain adult services, in addition to the Work Opportunity Tax Credit.
|Year||Federal Register Notices||Table 4 with Area Names||HHS Poverty Levels|
|2020||Notice||Tables 4 and 5||HHS Poverty Levels|
|2019||Notice||Tables 4 and 5 with the Area Names||HHS Poverty Guidelines|
|2018||Notice||Tables 4 and 5 with the Area Names||HHS Poverty Guidelines|
|2017||Notice||Tables 4 with the Area Names||HHS Poverty Guidelines|
|2016||Notice||Tables 4 with the Area Names||HHS Poverty Guidelines|
|2015||HHS Poverty Levels|
|2014||Notice||Table 4||HHS Poverty Guidelines|
|2013||Notice||Table 4a||HHS Poverty Guidelines|
|2012||Notice||Table 4a||HHS Poverty Guidelines|
|2011||Notice||Table 4a||HHS Poverty Levels|
|2010||Notice||Table 4a||HHS Poverty Levels|
|2009||Notice||HHS Poverty Levels|