A table indicates what income levels qualify a household as low-income, with a list of family sizes ranging from one to nine family members along the leftmost column, and income levels listed to the right under the headings Extremely Low (30%), Very Low (50%), Low (80%), Moderate (120%), and Workforce (150%). For example, cross-referencing the row for four-person families with the column for "Very Low" yields an income level of $59,550. By comparison, a four-person family at the Extremely Low level has an income of $35,750.