While states do not pay foster parents an income or salary, they do provide financial support intended for the child's care in the form of subsidies, reimbursements or direct payments. The amount of the payment varies by... More »

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According to the advocacy group Children's Rights, the amount paid to foster parents by the state depends on a number of factors, including the age and health of the child and the state in which the foster parent resides... More »

Foster care providers do not receive a salary or income, but do receive payments intended for the foster child's care. The amount is determined by the state and based mainly upon the child's age. States can provide the m... More »

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While states do not pay foster parents an income or salary, they do provide financial support intended for the child's care in the form of subsidies, reimbursements or direct payments. The amount of the payment varies by... More »

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States do not pay foster parents a salary or income, but they offer subsidies, reimbursements and other payments intended for the care of the child. The amount of the payments varies by state and by the child's age. Fede... More »

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Foster parents receive tax-free reimbursements for each child in their care. Reimbursement eligibility and amounts vary by state and child's age. For example, foster parents in California are entitled to reimbursement fo... More »

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A foster family is a family that takes in a child for what is usually a short time to provide care that the parents are unable to provide. Though occasionally a foster child lives with his foster family for years, that s... More »