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In the past year, average family expenditures have risen TL 434, but the annual civil servant raise was only TL 123, meaning the average civil servant encountered more than TL 300 of extra monthly expenses.
The Personal Inflation Calculator initiative will allow users to calculate their personal inflation levels, both in terms of individual expenditures and family expenditures.
Koriom also likened the government spending in the wake of the current austerity measures, to family expenditures, saying even a father plans for his family in a crisis situation.
Most of that money will be taken from either essential or discretionary family expenditures.
7% between 2001 and 2006 due to higher earnings from jobs held by teens, as well as a jump in family expenditures on teens.
Rope, "Distributions and Transformations for Family Expenditures," 1993 Proceedings of the Section on Social Statistics (Washington, DC, American Statistical Association, 1993), pp.
In its short and rather cryptic manual, the Minstat specifies that it updates the sample annually and that, initially, the structure of 1992 family expenditures was used for sample design (Indeks 1995 .
We simulated family expenditures for coverage on an intermediate, PPO-like plan with $5 or $10 per visit fees, no deductible for in-plan services, and a $400 deductible ($200 for individuals) and 20 percent copayment for out-of-plan services.