Poverty has no Color

Poverty has no Color

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Poverty is lack of the commonly accepted amount of money or material belongings. Poverty is measured in the US by the “poverty threshold” defined by the government. The government’s description of poverty is measurable by the total income received by a family or individual. The government’s determined poverty level for 2012 was set at $23,050 for a family of four. Most Americans will bear at least one year below the poverty at some time in the lives. For measuring the level of poverty, non cash benefits such as public housing, Medicaid, employer provided health insurance and food stamps is not included for measuring poverty

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