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Child

For tax purposes, the term child includes the taxpayer's son, duaghter, stepchild, eligible foster child, or a descedant of any of them, or an adopted child. It also includes the taxpayer's brother, sister, half brother, half sister, stepbrother, stepsister, or a descendant of any of them.
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(ID 173, circumstantially childless, 49) Other women recalled specific and explicit experiences of others assuming that all women are mothers and expressing negative views about women without children.
Critique: A unique and groundbreaking contribution to a critically important and fully contemporary social issue, "Childless Living: The Joys and Challenges of Life without Children" is an impressively articulate and exceptionally well presented study.
a fifth One baby remained More than a fifth World War One baby boomers remained childless
It surprised us to see not only that working moms with just one kid still earn less, but also that the gap between their wages and those made by childless women has gotten even bigger in the past 30 years.
I have also visited childless women in Uganda to celebrate their success and new lives of dignity and independence after Merck more than a Mother intervention, they finally found their purpose in life after many years of suffering from infertility stigma and the discrimination and abuse that comes with it.
The brief also found that among childless adults in fair or poor health, the Medicaid expansion reduced the uninsured rate by more than 61 percent.
A source of bitterness for Notkin is when childless employees are expected to pick up the slack for their co-workers who are mothers.
Prior studies suggest that Medicaid expansion populations, especially the subset of childless adults who may be homeless, have increased rates of behavioral health conditions when compared with the general Medicaid population (Haber, Khatutsky, & Mitchell, 2000).
Very few childless women are happy with their situation, but it is a situation many women have desired.
* If enacted, policymakers should at least match the childless worker EITC expansion with a married family expansion and consider additional steps to reduce the overall EITC marriage penalty.
Childless parents made a beeline to the Marichi Kunda for the first pot of water from the pond after midnight.
I would appreciate it if you would contact your legislators by e-mail, by phone or by good old-fashioned letter to let them know that you support Medicaid restoration for childless adults.