NYSTCE Health Education Exam Prep

Category - Personal Health: Relationships

The US Department of Agriculture estimates that for each child you will expend how much money for the first 17 years of the child’s life if your before-tax income is less than $57,600?
  1. $126,500
  2. $163,440
  3. 171,220
  4. 173,800
Answer: A - It is estimated that the total expenditures on a child for the first 17 years of life by a husband-wife will be $163,440. This estimate takes into account housing, food, transportation, clothing, health care, education, and miscellaneous expenses and is calculated by the US Department of Agriculture.
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