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Furthermore, the two GSEs must purchase a set dollar amount of mortgages extended to families who reside in low-income areas or who have very low incomes.
The following developments received Low Income Housing Tax Credits under the round announced:
Those who are the sole breadwinner in their families are much more vulnerable to low income.
SEF documents that the South's new majority of low income learners lag behind in school achievement and graduation rates while the region provides them the nation's least educational support.
In addition, lone mothers had the highest incidence of low income of any family type, and in 1998 39 per cent had incomes below the Statistics Canada past-tax income Low Income Cut-Off while about 55 per cent did not work for pay in 1998.
Applications will be reviewed for completeness, feasibility, and the extent to which they meet the threshold and competitive selection criteria contained in HPD's 2003 Low Income Housing Tax Credit Qualified Allocation Plan, which is available on nyc.
Statistics Canada has for many years used Low Income Cut-Offs (LICO) which calculates the number of individuals and families whose basic expenditures for food, clothing and shelter are more than 54% of their disposable income.
In keeping with CareMore's philosophy of wellness, prevention and enriched quality of life, its new plans empower members with generous transportation benefits that promote independence, superior value that stretches senior budgets, and peace of mind from a full spectrum of health care coverage, especially for those with low income, chronic disease or special needs.
9 per cent below the MBM poverty-cut off for those defined as low income by MBM standards.
Possibly because many groups who advocate for subsidized welfare housing for the poor and the desperate (under the euphemism of "affordable") have repeatedly said that if there is to be any government funds or government guarantees for new housing, these must be used for low income housing exclusively.
One Economy Corporation is a multi-national nonprofit founded in 2000 that uses technology-based strategies to help low income people improve their lives and join the economic mainstream.
That financing vehicle is the federal Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC), which gives hard-working families with low incomes access to simple but attractive and modern housing in quality neighborhoods.
Action Leaves America's Low Income Consumers without Access to Basic Phone Service
For the low income entrepreneurs for whom microenterprises are often their only means of livelihood, a lack of access to capital often means the difference between self-employment and unemployment.
The Enterprise Foundation has done much of this work with the help of the Low Income Housing Tax Credit, a federal program that provides incentives for private corporations to invest money in low income areas.
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