Just 11 percent of Los Angeles County residents can afford
that price tag.
Thirty-two percent of households could afford
a house priced at the median of $290,510.
The "I Can Afford
College" campaign is a statewide financial aid awareness effort aimed at current and prospective low-income students and their families informing them that financial aid is available -- and within reach -- to help cover fees, books and other costs at each of California's 109 community colleges.
We went over the numbers and the property tax and we just don't know how we afford
it,'' Stimson said.
A few months after I bought my modest two-bedroom house a few blocks from Dodger Stadium, I could no longer afford
Fundamental Care is a real solution for companies that want to offer medical coverage but have been forced to drop their plan because they can no longer afford
We want to give them a meaningful service for what they can afford
,'' McIlvain said.
Living in close quarters with three children, Mrylande and Elie Provence never dreamed they could afford
a home of their own when they sought advice from the pastor at their church on how to better provide for their family.
But what if your company can't afford
, as SAS can, to subsidize two onsite Montessori-style preschools?
As noted by the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA): "A common assumption is that most uninsured Americans simply cannot afford
the cost of coverage.
The plan is designed for individuals who either can afford
to underwrite a significant portion of their medical expenses, or for those who could not otherwise afford
15 per hour afford
the fair market rent for a one-bedroom unit in their community.