Measuring retired couples' living costs in urban areas

Hawes, Mary H.
November 1969
Monthly Labor Review;Nov69, Vol. 92 Issue 11, p3
Academic Journal
Provides the budget levels detailing living costs for retired couples in urban areas in the U.S. Uses of the budget levels; Urban cost of the lower budget for a retired couple; Intermediate and higher budget for retired couples; Indexes of intercity cost differences; Comparison of actual spending patterns and budget costs for consumption.


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