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Contents >> Glossary >> Family Income Derivation Indicator (FIDF)

Family Income Derivation Indicator (FIDF)


Family Income Derivation Indicator (FIDF) identifies families where one or more family members were temporarily absent, did not state their income, or stated a negative income.


FIDF can also be used to estimate the impact on total family income caused by negative/no income or persons temporarily absent.


Family Income Derivation Indicator (FIDF) can be used in conjunction with Individual Income (INCP) to create a new family income variable.


See also Family Income (FINF), Individual Income (INCP).


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