Sliding Fee Scale

We reduce our hourly rate for clients whose gross annual household income is below 400% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL). Your gross annual household income includes all income (before expenses) of all the income-earners living in your home. The amount of the fee reduction is shown on this sliding fee scale.

To qualify for reduced fees under this sliding fee scale, clients must request the fee reduction before services are provided and must provide documentation of their current gross household income. We may adjust this sliding fee scale from time to time without notice.

To find the fee reduction that would apply to you, find the row on this chart in which the number of people in your household appears in the leftmost column. Then, search within that row for the figure that shows your household income. The fee reduction for which you will qualify appears at the top of that column.

(Swipe or scroll this chart sideways to see its additional columns.)

Number of People
in Your Household
50% Reduction
$142.50/hour
(Income below 200% of FPL)
25% Reduction
$213.75/hour
(Income at 200% – 300% of FPL)
10% Reduction
$256.50/hour
(Income at 300% – 400% of FPL)
No Fee Reduction
$285/hour
(Income above 400% of FPL)
1 Below $24,120 $24,120 – $36,180 $36,181 – $48,240 Above $48,240
2 Below $32,480 $32,480 – $48,720 $48,721 – $64,960 Above $64,960
3 Below $40,840 $40,840 – $61,260 $61,261 – $81,680 Above $81,680
4 Below $49,200 $49,200 – $73,800 $73,801 – $98,400 Above $98,400
5 Below $57,560 $57,560 – $86,340 $86,341 – $115,120 Above $115,120
6 Below $65,920 $65,920 – $98,880 $98,881 – $131,840 Above $131,840
7 Below $74,280 $74,280 – $111,420 $111,421 – $148,560 Above $148,560
8 Below $82,640 $82,640 – $123,960 $123,961 – $165,280 Above $165,280