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 What is considered low income in alberta?

Answer The low-income level cutoff (LILCO) in Alberta has been steadily increasing over the past 10 years. As of 2008, the LILCO ranged from $11,264 for an individual living in a rural area to $32,556 fo... Read More »
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What income is considered low income for a family?

The United States sets a "poverty threshold," which is the minimum amount of money a person or family can make and still buy the basic necessities. As of 2009, that amount for a family of four aver... Read More »
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What Is Considered Low Income in the U.S.?

Low income status depends on the size of your household. As of 2010, the federal poverty level considers anyone making less than $10,830 per year as low income, according to the U.S. Department of ... Read More »
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What Is Considered Low Income in Florida?

The United States Department of Health and Human Services Poverty Guidelines determine low-income limits in Florida. These limits depend on the number of people in a household. As of 2009, for a si... Read More »
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What is considered low income in ontario?

As of March 31, 2010, Ontario's minimum wage was increased to $10.25 per hour from $9.50 per hour, as stated on Labour.gov.on.ca. Anyone who lives in Ontario and does not get paid this hourly rate ... Read More »
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