insufficient income

See: indigence
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Sparsit fighting out a daily fight at the points of all the weapons in the female armoury, with the grudging, smarting, peevish, tormenting Lady Scadgers, still laid up in bed with her mysterious leg, and gobbling her insufficient income down by about the middle of every quarter, in a mean little airless lodging, a mere closet for one, a mere crib for two; but did he see more?
If this was a household with insufficient income to properly look after the family and pay the mortgage causing serious difficulties, yet had always tried to give substantially to charities, what would happen?
If this was a household with insufficient income to properly look after the family and pay the mortgage causing serious difficulties, but which had always tried to give substantially to charities, what would happen?
This may suggest either that younger individuals fail to plan far ahead or that they have insufficient income to save through private retirement accounts, the researchers contend.
Lack of recreation, lack of sleep being totally responsible, being ill and insufficient income were factors associated with moderate-to-severe physical stress, while lack of recreation being totally responsible and insufficient income were factors associated with moderate-to-severe social stress.
Those with minor children also indicated they may consider delaying retirement due to insufficient income.
This left, in Mr Ball's view, insufficient income to be generated by the claimant.
For instance, the first man I met always talked about his insufficient income which meant he was after my money.
The first of two bills approved by the Cabinet last Friday relates to the insolvency of natural persons and regulates the restructuring of loans to ensure a smooth repayment programme and secure the primary home from foreclosure, while up to e1/415,000 of debts may be written off where the borrower can prove insufficient income or funds to repay the loans.
Risk sharing avoids the potential long-term real and social costs of insufficient income replacement for retirees.
The DILEEP aims to provide assistance to the informal/formal sectors and marginalized self-employed workers with insufficient income.
8220;Malnutrition and insufficient income to meet basic needs are very real threats for millions of families in Central America,” said Katie Aune, Passports with Purpose board member.