In This Report, You’ll Learn

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    Why low-income families pay more.

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    Hurdles to reducing high costs for families.

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    How Casey has invested in aiding these families.

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    Resources for learning more about this issue.

Key Takeaway

Living Paycheck to Paycheck, Yet Paying More for Basic Goods

Compared to their middle-class suburban counterparts, low-income households in urban and rural areas often pay thousands of dollars more for everything from groceries to mortgages. This income drain can destabilize family finances while deepening a spiral of disinvestment and decay that can undercut entire communities. 

Findings & Stats

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