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Table A.1: Sub-Calculations for Estimates in Table 7

Calculation

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Justice System (federal,state,& local) Expenditures on Corrections, Police, and Courts Amount of Crime Attributed to Childhood Poverty Reduction in Childhood Poverty via Marriage

$222,802,421,001 0.24 0.361

Cost of Family Fragmentation

$19,303,601,755 = $22,802,422,001*.24*.361

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TANF (federal & state) Expenditures on TANF

Cost of Family Fragmentation

$16,100,000,000 $5,103,700,000 = $16,100,000,000*.317

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Food Stamps Persons Receiving Food Stamps Reduction in Food Stamp Receipt via Marriage @31.7% Mean Food Stamp Benefit per person per year

26,672,000 8,455,024 = 26,672,000*.317 $1,131.24

Cost of Family Fragmentation

$9,564,661,350 = $1,131.24*8,445,024

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Housing Assistance HUD Expenditures on Housing Assistance

Cost of Family Fragmentation

$23,019,000,000 $7,297,023,000 = $24,019,000,000*.317

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Medicaid (federal & state) Expenditures on Medicaid

Cost of Family Fragmentation

$303,222,842,723 $27,875,275,932 = $303,222,842,723*.317*.29

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SCHIP (federal & state) Expenditures on SCHIP

Cost of Family Fragmentation

$7,884,328,870 $2,846,242,722 = $2,846,242,722*.361

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Child Welfare Services (federal,state,& local) Expenditures on ChildWelfare Services

Cost of Family Fragmentation

$25,465,943,844 $9,193,205,728 = $25,465,943,844*.361

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WIC Expenditures on WIC

Cost of Family Fragmentation

$4,997,309,299 $1,584,147,048 = $4,997,309,299*.317

LIHEAP Expenditures on LIHEAP Cost of Family Fragmentation

$2,181,384,985 $691,499,040 = $691,499,040*.317

Head Start Expenditures on Head Start Cost of Family Fragmentation

$7,470,990,545 $2,697,027,587 = $7,470,990,545*.361

School Breakfast and Lunch Expenditures on Subsidized School Breakfast and Lunch Programs Cost of Family Fragmentation

$9,638,590,455 $3,479,531,154 = $9,638,590,455*.361

Forgone Tax Receipts Loss in National Income from Childhood Poverty (Holzer, et al., 2007) Reduction in Childhood Poverty via Marriage Loss in National Income from Family Fragmentation Forgone Federal Taxes @ 10% Tax Rate Forgone FICA @ 15.3% Tax Rate Forgone State & Local Taxes @ 11% Average Tax Rate

$170,000,000,000

36.1% $61,370,000,000 = $170,000,000,000*.361 $6,137,000,000 = $61,370,000,000*.10 $9,389,610,000 = $61,370,000,000*.153 $6,750,700,000 = $61,370,000,000*.11

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