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But the survey found that millennials, women and households making less than $60,000 a year are more likely to not be on track for retirement.
With just 700,000 people left, ambitions are now focused on making less populated neighborhoods viable and repurposing land, perhaps for urban farming.
Bush for individuals making less than $400,000 and married couples making less than $450,000.
With his signature on Obamacare, President's "firm pledge" against "any form of tax increase" on Americans making less than $250,000 was broken two years ago today--
For women, making less money than a male partner is not threatening, it is the status quo.
The president's clear commitment is not to raise taxes on those making less than $250,000 a year," Robert Gibbs, the White House press secretary told reporters.
Employees making less than $35,000 will not receive a pay cut.
Synopsis: During the first week of June, Americans continued to show near-unanimity that the economy continues to deteriorate, with 89% of those making less than $90,000 a year saying things are getting worse and 83% of those making $90,000 or more saying the same.
I think it has had an effect of making less safe and less civil our public space in many, many contexts.
It's not about making less programs; it's about making less waste," declared NBC's CEO/Waste Management Expert, Jeff Zucker.
Northern said it was making less money from its fixed rate mortgages, with the wait for customers to come off mortgages set two or three years ago contributing to a drop in net interest income of around pounds 180m to pounds 200m.
The majority of hybrid owners have a household income of less than $60,000 with 35% making less than $40,000, according to Autobytel.