The amount of money foster care providers receive is determined mainly by the child's age. For example, in 2014, Wisconsin provides a monthly amount of $375 for children under 4, $410 for children from 5 to 11, $466.00 f... More »

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Payments to foster parents are calculated based on the estimated cost of care for the foster child and differ by the child's needs, age and the state of residency. Some states also vary payments for long-term, short-term... More »

Each state has its own requirements for foster care applicants, which may or may not include a medical examination and review for everyone in the household. Adopt Us Kids has an online page that leads to foster care site... More »

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The amount the state paid a foster parent in 2014 varies by the state, age of the child and the level of care, but the monthly base rate in Oregon for a child under 5 was $575. In Florida, the state paid foster parents $... More »

A spouse may claim Social Security disability benefits if she takes care of a child under the age of 16 or a disabled child over the age of 22, regardless of age or whether or not she is still married to the disabled wor... More »

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Payments to foster parents are calculated based on the estimated cost of care for the foster child and differ by the child's needs, age and the state of residency. Some states also vary payments for long-term, short-term... More »

Public borrowing is the total amount of money that has been borrowed by the government. The other terms used to refer to public borrowing are government debt, national debt or public debt. More »