The impact of high rates had devastating effects on the cost of generation which were pushed to unaffordably
high levels, contributing to circular debt, reduced exports and consumer misery.
The cutoff is 400 percent of the federal poverty line 6 which, for a single individual, is currently $12,140; for a family of four it's $25,100 -- which can leave residents in high-cost-of-living counties, where people spend a disproportionate amount of income on housing, unable to afford insurance; and elderly Californians, with income between 123 percent and 138 percent of the poverty level ($14,932 to $16,553), who are caught in an obscure poverty trap that allows them access to Medicare, but not to Medi-Cal (despite the fact that, for younger Californians, the cutoff is 138 percent of the poverty line), meaning that they still have to foot unaffordably
high bills for medicines and other out-of-pocket expenses.
All good things come to an end, however, and in the run-up to last year's National Assembly election there was a chorus of voices - often from highly paid academics - saying the policy was unaffordably
expensive for taxpayers and that it made no sense for Welsh Government money to go into the coffers of English universities.
Many items are unaffordably
priced and it is not practical to shop everything organic.
In just 10 years or so, it may be impossible, or at the very least unaffordably
expensive, to find the facilities and equipment to do it.
(56) Indeed, empirical evidence demonstrates that South Africans of all classes and ethnicities value and enjoy reading, and would prefer to read more often--but they are frustrated in realizing this desire by the unaffordably
high cost of books.
I blithely went shopping for fresh crabmeat at my local market, but found to my horror that it's almost unaffordably
pricey -- and that pasteurized refrigerated crabmeat isn't much cheaper.
This figure had been rising inexorably and unaffordably
Pakistan is known as agriculturist country with abundant grain produce but food items to sustain lives have become unaffordably
exorbitant for poor sufferers - even worse than the previous corrupt regime.
They demanded a double raise of the so-called per hour wage and rejected the placement test qualifying them to teach on account of being unaffordably
Abu Ahmad and his clan sun-dry olive paste mixed with water which will supply their stoves as a substitute for heating oil, now unaffordably
expensive due to the country s raging conflict.
Not knowing how you compare with others is bad: are your standards unaffordably
high or too low?