Economic and demographic characteristics of custodial and absent parents in Wisconsin: results from the 1985 Wisconsin Survey of Children, Incomes, and Program Participation (CHIPPS)
Institute for Research on Poverty, 1986 - Child support - 32 pages
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1984 Employment 20 percent Absent Other Parents absent-parent households adults AFDC and non-AFDC AFDC custodial parents AFDC households AFDC Non-AFDC Custodial AFDC respondents alimony payments AP households AP sample CH1PPS Child Support Assurance child support collection child support households CHIPPS respondents compared to four Corbett CSAP demonstration custodial and absent Custodial Custodial Absent Demographic Characteristics economic employed in 1984 energy assistance Food stamps Garfinkel government benefits government transfer highest percentage HOUSEHOLD DEMOGRAPHIC Household Finances household types households involved Institute for Research involved with child labor force less Mimeo monthly salaries Non-AFDC Custodial Custodial non-AFDC custodial parents non-AFDC households Number of Children one-quarter other-parent group oversampled parent households Parents Parents Non-Parents Parents Parents Parents Percentage ever employed poverty line poverty threshold Program Participation CHIPPS recipients Research on Poverty status support and alimony support or alimony Survey of Children Table total income twice the poverty University of Wisconsin-Madison WELFARE PARTICIPATION Wisconsin households