Where our money goes
Adults ages 18 to 29 said yes at a rate of 13 percent, while 9 percent of adults ages 30 to 49 also paid either alimony or child support regularly. When divided into income levels, the lowest category available (those with a total family income under $30,000) also had the highest rate of those who considered alimony or child support a regular expense, with 11 percent of respondents in that category saying yes.
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