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How Income Volatility Affects Food Volatility
Family income volatility can affect children negatively in the long term, but it can also determine how much parents are able to spend on food.
Child Poverty Rates in the Eighth District and Beyond
Child poverty and income volatility are higher in the Fed’s Eighth District than in the rest of the country, but the 2021 child tax credit could help alleviate these issues.
Opening Remarks at the Evolution of Work Conference, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, New York City
Remarks at the Evolution of Work Conference, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, New York City.
Childhood Income Volatility
Rising volatility in family income suggests that government efforts such as the monthly payment of the child tax credit may be appropriate.
Income Volatility as a Barrier to Food Stamp Takeup
Families with greater volatility in their incomes had more switches in food stamp eligibility and lower rates of food stamp usage when they were eligible.