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a tax by which the government takes a greater share of the income of the rich than of the poor (ex. a rich family pays 50% of its income in taxes and a poor family pays 5%)
a) proportional tax b) regressive tax c) progressive tax d) Earned Income Tax Credit
Define entitlement programs.
a) the value of assets owned. b) it considers what a family must spend for an “austere” standard of living, and number of poor people c) the amount of funds collected between any two points in time. d) government benefits that certain qualified individuals are entitled to by law, regardless of need.
Define social welfare.
a) government benefits that certain qualified individuals are entitled to by law, regardless of need. b) policies that provide benefits to individuals, either through entitlement or means-testing. c) the “shares” of the national income earned by various groups. d) government programs available only to individuals below the poverty line.
Define means-tested programs.
a) government benefits that certain qualified individuals are entitled to by law, regardless of need. b) government programs available only to individuals below the poverty line. c) the value of assets owned. d) it considers what a family must spend for an “austere” standard of living, and number of poor people
Define income distribution.
a) government programs available only to individuals below the poverty line. b) policies that provide benefits to individuals, either through entitlement or means-testing. c) the “shares” of the national income earned by various groups. d) the amount of funds collected between any two points in time.
Define income.
a) The official name of the “welfare reform” law of 1996. b) government benefits that certain qualified individuals are entitled to by law, regardless of need. c) the increasing concentration of poverty among women, especially unmarried women and their children d) the amount of funds collected between any two points in time.
Define wealth.
a) it considers what a family must spend for an “austere” standard of living, and number of poor people b) the value of assets . c) The official name of the “welfare reform” law of 1996. d) government programs available only to individuals below the poverty line.
Define poverty line.
a) the amount of funds collected between any two points in time. b) the value of assets owned. c) it considers what a family must spend for an “austere” standard of living, and number of poor people d) the “shares” of the national income earned by various groups.
Define feminization of poverty.
a) it considers what a family must spend for an “austere” standard of living, and number of poor people b) policies that provide benefits to individuals, either through entitlement or means-testing. c) government benefits that certain qualified individuals are entitled to by law, regardless of need. d) the increasing concentration of poverty among women, especially unmarried women and their children
Define Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act.
a) The official name of the “welfare reform” law of 1996. b) it considers what a family must spend for an “austere” standard of living, and number of poor people c) the amount of funds collected between any two points in time. d) the “shares” of the national income earned by various groups.
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