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Recent news stories reported that any couple with less than $14,000 per year of income is considered below poverty level and not even counted anymore.
I was a single mother of three girls (now five, including my son) making less than $12,480 if I only worked one job before taxes, made house payments, car payments, paid a babysitter, paid utility bills, insurance, bought clothes, school supplies, etc. and food.
I never received food stamps or government assistance. I was raised in a family that never discussed that option.
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