Survey of Consumer Expenditures in 1950, Volume 3

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1951
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Halaman 2 - In general, a dwelling unit is a group of rooms or a single room occupied or intended for occupancy as separate living quarters by a family or other group of persons living together or by a person living alone.
Halaman 71 - Selected Monthly Owner Costs" and "Selected Monthly Owner Costs as a Percentage of Household Income in 1989" for units with a mortgage. All mortgages other than first mortgages are classified as "junior" mortgages. A second mortgage is a junior mortgage which gives the lender a claim against the property which is second to the claim of the holder of the first mortgage. Any other junior mortgage(s) would be subordinate to the second mortgage. A home equity loan is a line of credit available to the...
Halaman 135 - Some people carry on businesses in their own homes. Report these businesses just as If they were carried on in regular stores or shops.
Halaman 133 - In this survey we define income to include money received during 1950 for work done and for use of property, as well as money received from such other sources as unemployment compensation, relief, alimony, regular contributions from members of other consumer units, pensions, etc.
Halaman 1 - Household übe unit of tabulation was the household defined as a group of people who live together and draw from a common or pooled fund for all their major items of expense.
Halaman 127 - Some unions accept only sons of present members. (See open union.) clothing allowance, An allowance granted by an employer to those of his employees who are required to buy special clothing such as uniforms and safety garments, in connection with the performance of their work.
Halaman 70 - The major difference between a mortgage and a deed of trust is that a mortgage doesn't ordinarily have a power of sale clause and as a result, nonjudicial foreclosure is not permitted.

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