Using the U.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesLinks to an external site.' website for U.S. poverty guidelines, look up the poverty-level income for a family of a different size than your own. For example, if you are married with children, look up income for a single-parent household; if you are a single parent, look up the poverty level for a married couple with no children. Add a difference in rural vs. urban as well (if you live in a city, look up the poverty level for a proposed rural family, etc.). For some of you, living in poverty will be familiar, and that's why it's important to focus on a family with a situation different from what you know. In your post, discuss your findings. Were they what you expected?

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