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Financial Needs Questionnaire

69 Shared Subjects

N/A
Clinical Assessments
Well-Being
09/27/2018
fnqc01
03/17/2022
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Query Element Name Data Type Size Required Description Value Range Notes Aliases
subjectkey GUID Required The NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subject NDAR*
src_subject_id String 20 Required Subject ID how it's defined in lab/project
interview_date Date Required Date on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYY fnq_c_date
interview_age Integer Required Age in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging. 0 :: 1260 Age is rounded to chronological month. If the research participant is 15-days-old at time of interview, the appropriate value would be 0 months. If the participant is 16-days-old, the value would be 1 month.
sex String 20 Required Sex of subject at birth M;F; O; NR M = Male; F = Female; O=Other; NR = Not reported gender
Query fnq_c_1 Integer Recommended 1. Where do you live? 1::4; -9999 1= A - At home with parents.; 2= B - In a university residence hall.; 3= C - In a fraternity/sorority house.; 4= D - In a house/apartment; -9999= Do not wish to answer
Query fnq_c_2 Integer Recommended 2. How are your living expenses (rent, food, entertainment, etc.) paid? 1::4; -9999 1= A - Mostly by parents=; 2= B - Mostly by scholarship= parents pay the rest.; 3= C - Mostly by yourself; 4= D - Mostly by scholarship= you pay the rest; -9999= Do not wish to answer
Query fnq_mh_1 Integer Recommended 1. Where do you get your money? 1::5 1= A - Allowance from parents/caregivers; 2= B - Gifts; 3= C -You have a regular job; 4= D - You work odd jobs; 5= E - Other
fnq_mh_1_other String 50 Recommended 1. Where do you get your money? Specify "Other
Query fnq_mh_2 Integer Recommended 2. How are your school expenses (notebooks, supplies, etc.) and clothing paid? 1::3 1= A - Mostly by parents/caregivers; 2= B - By yourself and by your parents/caregivers; 3= C - Mostly by yourself fnq_c_3
Query fnq_mh_3 Integer Recommended 3. Who pays for other things you use (cell phone, games, movies, sports, music)? 1::3 1= A - Mostly by parents/caregivers; 2= B - By yourself and by your parents/caregivers; 3= C - Mostly by yourself
Query fnq_mh_4 Integer Recommended 4. During an average week, how often do you eat at a restaurant? 1::4 1= A - Never eat out; 2= B - Less than 3 times; 3= C - 3-7 times; 4= D - Almost all meals fnq_c_4
Query fnq_mh_5 Integer Recommended 5. When you eat out, how much do you usually spend? 1::4 1= A - Your parents/caregivers usually pay when you eat out; 2= B - Less than $6.50; 3= C - $6.50 to $13; 4= D - More than $13 fnq_c_5
Query fnq_mh_6 Integer Recommended 6. How often do you have pocket money to buy simple things? 1::4 1= A - Never; 2= B - Sometimes= but there are days when you are broke.; 3= C - Usually; 4= D - Always fnq_c_6
Query fnq_mh_7 Integer Recommended 7. On weekends, if you want to, how often do you have money to go out? 1::4 1= A - Never; 2= B - Sometimes= but sometimes you have to stay home.; 3= C - Usually; 4= D - Always fnq_c_7
Query fnq_mh_8 Integer Recommended 8. Are you employed? 1::4 1= A - Yes; 2= B - Yes= by family or neighbors; 3= C - No. You don't have a job but you are looking for one; 4= D - No. You don't have a job and you are not looking for one. fnq_c_8
Query fnq_mh_9_parents Float Recommended How much money do you get from Parents/Allowance per month? dollars fnq_c_9_parents
Query fnq_mh_9_jobs Float Recommended How much money do you get from Jobs per month? dollars fnq_c_9_jobs
Query fnq_mh_9_oddjobs Float Recommended How much money do you get from Odd Jobs per month? dollars fnq_c_9_oddjobs
Query fnq_mh_9_gifts Float Recommended How much money do you get from Gifts per year? dollars fnq_c_9_gifts
Query fnq_mh_9_scholarship Float Recommended How much money do you get from Scholarships per month? dollars fnq_c_9_scholarship
Query fnq_mh_9_other Float Recommended How much money do you get from other sources per month? dollars fnq_c_9_other
fnq_mh_9_other_specified String 50 Recommended How much money do you get from other sources per month? Specify "Other fnq_c_9_other_specified
Query fnq_mh_10 Integer Recommended 10. How would you describe your level of financial need? How much do you need money? 0::10 10=being "Extreme financial need"; 0=being "None", fnq_c_16
version_form String 121 Recommended Form used/assessment name
if08 Integer Recommended Do you own a home? 0;1 0= No; 1= Yes
if09 Integer Recommended Do you own any investment properties (e.g., rental property)? 0;1 0= No; 1= Yes
if10 Integer Recommended Do you regularly receive money from your parents or other family members? 0;1 0= No; 1= Yes
if11 Integer Recommended If yes, how much do you receive in a typical month? Amount in US Dollars
if12 Integer Recommended Have you ever applied for SSI or SSDI benefits? 0;1 0= No; 1= Yes
if13 Integer Recommended If yes, was the application approved? 0;1 0= No; 1= Yes
if14 Integer Recommended If it was approved, how much do you receive monthly? Amount in US Dollars
if15 Integer Recommended Do you receive money from any other welfare or government assistance programs? 0;1 0= No; 1= Yes
if16 Integer Recommended If yes, how much do you receive monthly? Amount in US Dollars
if17 Integer Recommended How many credit cards do you have (include bank, store, gas)? Number of Credit Cards
if18 Integer Recommended How many times have you been turned down for a credit card? 0 or Number of Times
if19 Integer Recommended How many times has one of your credit cards been canceled by the issuer (not by you)? 0 or Number of Times
if20 Integer Recommended Do you have debts? (DO NOT COUNT HOUSE, CAR, OR STUDENT LOAN) 0;1 0= No; 1= Yes
if21 Integer Recommended If yes, how much debt to you currently have (not including house, car or student loan)? 1 :: 6 1= Less than 100; 2= 101 500; 3= 501 1,000; 4= 1001 5,000; 5= 5,001 10,000; 6= More than 10,000
if22 Integer Recommended In the past 2 years, have your parents or another family member or friend provided emergency funds to help you out of financial trouble? 0;1 0= No; 1= Yes
if23 Integer Recommended How much money was provided in total? Amount in US Dollars
if24 Integer Recommended In the past two years, have you helped another family member or friend with emergency funds? 0;1 0= No; 1= Yes
if25 Integer Recommended How much money was provided in total? Amount in US Dollars
if26 Integer Recommended In the past two years, have you moved in with parents or other family members after living independently? 0;1 0= No; 1= Yes
if27 String 4,000 Recommended Describe the reasons why you moved back home:
if01 Integer Recommended What is your annual income? 1 :: 41 1= Under 5,000; 2= 5,000 to 9,999; 3= 10,000 to 14,999; 4= 15,000 to 19,999; 5= 20,000 to 24,999; 6= 25,000 to 29,999; 7= 30,000 to 34,999; 8= 35,000 to 39,999; 9= 40,000 to 44,999; 10= 45,000 to 49,999; 11= 50,000 to 54,999; 12= 55,000 to 59,999; 13= 60,000 to 64,999; 14= 65,000 to 69,999; 15= 70,000 to 74,999; 16= 75,000 to 79,999; 17= 80,000 to 84,999; 18= 85,000 to 89,999; 19= 90,000 to 94,999; 20= 95,000 to 99,999; 21= 100,000 to 104,999; 22= 105,000 to 109,999; 23= 110,000 to 114,999; 24= 115,000 to 119,999; 25= 120,000 to 124,999; 26= 125,000 to 129,999; 27= 130,000 to 134,999; 28= 135,000 to 139,999; 29= 140,000 to 144,999; 30= 145,000 to 149,999; 31= 150,000 to 154,999; 32= 155,000 to 159,999; 33= 160,000 to 164,999; 34= 165,000 to 169,999; 35= 170,000 to 174,999; 36= 175,000 to 179,999; 37= 180,000 to 184,999; 38= 185,000 to 189,999; 39= 190,000 to 194,999; 40= 195,000 to 199,999; 41= 200,000 or more
if28 Integer Recommended In the past 12 months, what kind of health insurance have you had? Check any that apply. 0 :: 7 0= No insurance; 1= Employer coverage self; 2= Employer coverage partner; 3= Individual Coverage Self; 4= Individual coverage partner; 5= Medicaid; 6= State plan (CHIP); 7= Other
if29 Integer Recommended If you currently do not have health insurance, what is the reason: 1 :: 5 1= Not applicable, I have insurance; 2= Cant afford; 3= Employer does not offer; 4= Dont need; 5= Other
if30 String 100 Recommended If other, Please specify:
if02 Integer Recommended How much money do you pay in rent or housing monthly? Amount in US Dollars
if03 Integer Recommended Do you provide financially for others (e.g., partner, children)? 0;1 0= No; 1= Yes
if04 Integer Recommended How much money do you have in savings? 1 :: 41 1= Under 5,000; 2= 5,000 to 9,999; 3= 10,000 to 14,999; 4= 15,000 to 19,999; 5= 20,000 to 24,999; 6= 25,000 to 29,999; 7= 30,000 to 34,999; 8= 35,000 to 39,999; 9= 40,000 to 44,999; 10= 45,000 to 49,999; 11= 50,000 to 54,999; 12= 55,000 to 59,999; 13= 60,000 to 64,999; 14= 65,000 to 69,999; 15= 70,000 to 74,999; 16= 75,000 to 79,999; 17= 80,000 to 84,999; 18= 85,000 to 89,999; 19= 90,000 to 94,999; 20= 95,000 to 99,999; 21= 100,000 to 104,999; 22= 105,000 to 109,999; 23= 110,000 to 114,999; 24= 115,000 to 119,999; 25= 120,000 to 124,999; 26= 125,000 to 129,999; 27= 130,000 to 134,999; 28= 135,000 to 139,999; 29= 140,000 to 144,999; 30= 145,000 to 149,999; 31= 150,000 to 154,999; 32= 155,000 to 159,999; 33= 160,000 to 164,999; 34= 165,000 to 169,999; 35= 170,000 to 174,999; 36= 175,000 to 179,999; 37= 180,000 to 184,999; 38= 185,000 to 189,999; 39= 190,000 to 194,999; 40= 195,000 to 199,999; 41= 200,000 or more
if05 Integer Recommended Do you have a tax deferred retirement account? 0;1 0= No; 1= Yes
if06 Integer Recommended Do you invest in the stock market or other financial investments? 0;1 0= No; 1= Yes
if07 Integer Recommended About how much money do you have in investments? Amount in US Dollars
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