Is "3300 yuan per capita income" grammatically correct?
Hi. I'm wondering if the following sentences are grammatically correct because I don't know how to express the value of sth. "3300 yuan income" "3300 yuan of income" "income of 3300 yuan", which one is correct? Beisdes, Is "less than two persons" grammatically correct? Does it mean 1 to 2 persons? I would be very grateful if you can help me with it!

Families with less than 3,300 yuan per capita disposable monthly income and 120,000 yuan per capita asset are qualified to apply for a low-income rental house for three or more persons; the threshold for families with less than two persons shall be lowered by 10%. 
Jun 24, 2020 2:03 AM
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"Families with less than 3,300 yuan per capita disposable monthly income" is technically not incorrect but it's better to say "families with per capita disposable monthly income less than 3,300 yuan". Also, in this context "less than two persons" is strange because it can only mean one person or none - which isn't a family.
June 24, 2020
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