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Last week’s general election showed a widening divide in Britain, between those who can afford housing and those struggling to keep a roof over their head.
He argued that too many Americans are without health coverage and that those with coverage cannot afford their premiums.
Some races are not as able to afford housing as others due to occupational differences between blacks and whites.
The demand forecasts indicate that 52 percent of future homeowners will be able to afford homes priced below $175,000.
What to Do When You Can't Afford a Loan Modification Think you can’t afford the services of a profession to get you results?
One individual went so far as to proclaim that two individuals making $17 an hour could afford to buy a house in CM.
However, the biggest issue all dentists have in common is that many patients cannot afford the upfront out-of-pocket cost.
To ensure that Americans can afford their student loan payments, the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act gives student borrowers new choices in how they repay their loans.
• People were stuck with a lot of debt they could no longer afford to pay back because their asset became less valuable than expected and their income was too low to compensate for that loss.
CENTRAL LINCOLNSHIRE LOCAL PLAN MATTER 2 HEARING STATEMENT:
Have you ever had to work while you were sick? How does it make you feel to know your coworkers may be sick?” ○ Be conversational, and be simple: many may have never heard of “paid sick leave.” Break it down--”do you get paid if you miss work for being sick?” ○ Name the stakes: “If you have to miss work I bet it’s hard to cover the bills/We can barely afford to support our families when we work every day...” ○ Tell your story. Do you have experience working without sick days? Tell them about that!
The Secretary of State automatically and indefinitely suspends the driver’s licenses of people who owe court-ordered fines, costs, fees, and assessments, even if they simply cannot afford pay.
2015] Big Storms, Big Debt, and Biggert-Waters 113 the private insurance market alone in an effort to make reasonable and affordable coverage available.25 Congress also recognized that annual losses from floods were increasing at an “alarming rate,” and noted that the propensity for tragic loss of life and property caused by flooding was something the “Nation cannot afford.”26 In addressing costly disaster relief benefits, it was noted that most of the victims are still not adequately compensated.27 B.