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U.S. federal poverty level guidelines used to determine financial eligibility for certain federal programs

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U.S. Federal Poverty Guidelines

license MIT python 3.6 | 3.7

Usage

from poverty import PovertyLevel

pl = PovertyLevel()
pl.state = 'AK'
pl.get(household_size=3)  # 26660
pl.percent(income=26660, household_size=3) # 1.00
pl.below(income=26500, household_size=3)  # True

# You can also pass `state` as an argument
pl.get(household_size=3, state='New Jersey')  # 21330
pl.below(income=19000, household_size=3, state='New Jersey')  # True

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