The amount you can earn and still qualify to take part in the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s public-housing program depends on where you live. The most you can earn and still qualify for low-income housing is 80 percent of the median income levels for the county or city in which you live. Earning at or below 50 percent of that median income level means you meet HUD’s lowest low-income limits.
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Low-income earners can earn at or no more than 199% of the poverty level. For example, if you live alone, the federal government considers you a low-income earner if you earn between $11,490 and $22,865.10 (1.99 x $11,490). The government considers a family of four earning no more than $46,864.50 ($23,550 x 1.99) as low income. These income limits don't account for taxes. You may earn $22,865.10 but take home nearly 25% less, depending on the amount withheld from your paycheck.
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on one’s uppers Impoverished, down-and-out; shabby-looking, down-at-the-heel. This phrase, of U.S. origin, appeared in The Century Dictionary (1891). The uppers are the upper leathers of shoes or boots; a person “on his uppers” has worn through both sole and welt. Footgear as indicative of financial status is also found in the term well-heeled (though this is probably of unrelated origin), and in the above-noted down-at-the-heel.
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on one’s beam-ends In financial difficulties, in imminent danger of bankruptcy. The reference is to a vessel on her beam-ends, that is, on her side such that the beams—the transverse timbers supporting the deck—are practically touching the water. Obviously, any vessel in such a state is in immediate danger of overturning. The phrase has been used figuratively since the early 19th century.
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Most remarkable about the birth of Free was the young age of the band members who came together to rehearse and play their first gig on the evening of 19 April 1968 at the Nag's Head pub, which was at the junction of York Road and Plough Road in Battersea, London. Bass player Andy Fraser was 15 years old, lead guitarist Paul Kossoff was 17, and both lead singer Paul Rodgers and drummer Simon Kirke were 18. By November of that year, having been given the name Free by Alexis Korner, they had recorded their first album, titled Tons of Sobs, for Island Records and, although it was not released until the following year, the album documents their first six months together and contains studio renditions of much of their early live set. To promote their forthcoming debut album they also opened some gigs at the end of 1968[circular reference] for The Who, who played a short theatre tour with Arthur Brown.
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