Challenges and Tradeoffs in Low-Income Family Budgets: Implications for Health Coverage
Challenges and Tradeoffs in Low-Income Family Budgets: Implications for Health Coverage – Report
This report explores the experiences of families trying to make ends meet on limited budgets. By discussing these families’ work, spending patterns, financial challenges, priorities and tradeoffs and health care and coverage, this report intends to provide a deeper understanding of families’ financial pressures and choices and information to assess the impact of current and proposed policies.
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