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If you have more than $2,000 ($3,000 if your household has a member who is age 60 or older or disabled) in cash, a bank account, other readily available source (and in some states part of value of a motor vehicle) you may not be eligible for SNAP benefits.

The house in which you live in and your belongings, life insurance, 401k plans, and burial plots are not counted in deciding whether you may be eligible.

Some States count the value of motor vehicles, others do not. If your State counts the value of vehicles, you will be asked about them on another screen.