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Poverty analysis: Social Security Bulletin: Annual Statistical Supplement: 2002
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Weighted average poverty thresholds for nonfarm families of specified size, 1959-2001. Keywords: Social Security; SSI; poverty; thresholds; guidelines; poor; men; women; children; wife; husband; large families; householder; aged
Keywords: Social Security, SSI, poverty, thresholds, guidelines, poor, men, women, children, wife, husband, large families, householder, aged
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Income poverty levels for families of all sizes from HHS 1985-1998.
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GAO data from mothers indicate that 66% of the fathers did not pay because they were unable to pay, and up to 28% of fathers classified as living in "Other" locations and not paying could be either living with the mother or dead.
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Explains child support date and the GAO discovery that up to 14% of fathers listed as "dead beats" are actually dead.
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