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1. Showalter, Brandon
What Does a Broken Home Cost a Child? $61,600, Study Finds
Christian Post, August 23, 2018.
Cohort(s): NLSY79
Publisher: Christian Post
Keyword(s): Childhood Adversity/Trauma; Divorce; Family Structure; Wealth

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A new study examining family structures reveals that children from broken families accumulate approximately $61,600 less wealth on average over the course of their lifetimes than those who were raised in an intact family. [Media article based on Bernardi, Fabrizio, Diederik Boertien and Koen Geven. "Childhood Family Structure and the Accumulation of Wealth Across the Life Course." Journal of Marriage and Family published online (03 August 2018): DOI: 10.1111/jomf.12523]
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Showalter, Brandon. "What Does a Broken Home Cost a Child? $61,600, Study Finds." Christian Post, August 23, 2018.