child_support

child_support - n = $20 CS payments = $10 once CS...

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Child Support child support assurance program “vast majority of children who live in poor household have an absent parent” “to enhance the resources of single-parent families,” some have proposed “a guaranteed child support benefit that would be paid by the government to the custodial parent in the event the absent parent does not make payments” #1) government provides the guaranteed child support payment (regardless of # of hours worked) #2) welfare benefits are reduced by $1 for every $1 received in child support payments child support assurance program budget constraint old welfare system is in place (Y
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Unformatted text preview: n = $20), CS payments = $10 once CS payment > welfare benefit individual would receive→ no longer receive welfare child support assurance program #1) individual is initially not working old welfare system is in place (Y n = $20), CS payments = $10 2 child support assurance program #2) individual is initially working some positive number of hours old welfare system is in place (Y n = $20), CS payments = $10 suppose w = $1, CS payment = $10 /suppose work one more hour earn keep before CS payment after CS payment *after CS payment- get CS payment whether or not you work one more hour 3...
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