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Conversion Factors for WIC Income Eligibility Guidelines (IEGs)
WIC Policy Memo #2011-7. The purpose of this policy is to assist state agencies that administer WIC when converting multiple income sources to a monthly equivalent as part of the WIC income eligibility determination.