Ba021
Description:
In the last calendar year (2009), did you and your spouse receive from [child's name] any gifts or monetary transfers, such as pocket money, living expenses or medical expenses while living separately? If so, in what form was it received? Please select all that apply. (Select multiple responses.) * POINT* - By financial help we mean giving money, helping pay bills, or covering specific types of costs, such as those for medical care or insurance, schooling, down payment for a home, rent, etc., but not counting any shared housing or shared food. The financial help can be considered support, a gift or a loan. - Regular monetary transfer refers to the case in which you received monetary transfers regularly in a certain time interval (e.g. each month, every two months), such as monthly allowances. - Occasional monetary transfer refers to the case in which you received monetary transfers without any regularity, such as paying for medical bills or schooling and occasional allowances. - Monetary transfers include receiving cash as well as bills paid for your behalf. For example, your family member pays for your medical bills, insurance, tuition and so on. - Non-monetary transfer refers to gifts and goods received.
Item type: Question
Question text:
In the last calendar year (2009), did you and your spouse receive from [child's name] any gifts or monetary transfers, such as pocket money, living expenses or medical expenses while living separately? If so, in what form was it received? Please select all that apply. (Select multiple responses.) * POINT* - By financial help we mean giving money, helping pay bills, or covering specific types of costs, such as those for medical care or insurance, schooling, down payment for a home, rent, etc., but not counting any shared housing or shared food. The financial help can be considered support, a gift or a loan. - Regular monetary transfer refers to the case in which you received monetary transfers regularly in a certain time interval (e.g. each month, every two months), such as monthly allowances. - Occasional monetary transfer refers to the case in which you received monetary transfers without any regularity, such as paying for medical bills or schooling and occasional allowances. - Monetary transfers include receiving cash as well as bills paid for your behalf. For example, your family member pays for your medical bills, insurance, tuition and so on. - Non-monetary transfer refers to gifts and goods received.
Answer type: Enumerated
Answer choices:
1 Yes, received regular monetary transfers
2 Yes, received occasional monetary transfers or Ba029
3 Yes, received non-monetary transfers or Ba029 or Ba035
5 No, I did not receive any financial help
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