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Table 3.3 Low-income after-tax cut-offs (LICO-AT at 1992 base) for economic families and persons not in economic families, 2010

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This table shows the low-income after-tax cut-offs (1992 base), in dollars, for different economic family sizes by size of area of residence in year 2010. The column headings are: economic family size and size of area of residence divided in rural area; small population centres with less than 30,000 persons; medium population centres with a population between 30,000 and 99,999 persons, and large urban population centres further divided in population between 100,000 and 499,999, and population 500,000 persons or more. The rows are persons not in economic families and economic family of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 or more persons.

Table 3.3 Low-income after-tax cut-offs (LICO-AT at 1992 base) for economic families and persons not in economic families, 2010
Economic family size Size of area of residence
Rural area Small population centres with less than 30,000 persons Medium population centres with a population between 30,000 and 99,999 persons Large urban population centres
Population between 100,000 and 499,999 Population 500,000 persons or more
Person not in an economic family 12,271 14,044 15,666 15,865 18,759
2 persons 14,936 17,094 19,069 19,308 22,831
3 persons 18,598 21,283 23,744 24,043 28,430
4 persons 23,202 26,554 29,623 29,996 35,469
5 persons 26,421 30,237 33,732 34,157 40,388
6 persons 29,301 33,534 37,410 37,881 44,791
7 or more persons 32,182 36,831 41,087 41,604 49,195
Source: Income Research Paper Series, Low Income Lines 2010-2011. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 75F0002MIE, 2012 no. 002.
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