Child Support Payments

Child Support Payments

Payments pursuant to a court order, divorce decree, or other legal obligation for the support of a taxpayer's child. Payments for child support do not constitute alimony and are not includible in gross income by the recipient or deductible as alimony by the payer.
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The deal called for Brown to then write Brockovich a $100,000 check for overdue child support payments, according to the transcripts.
Child support payments remain one of the most visible and popular use of prepaid debit cards
WASHINGTON, June 19, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Monthly child support payments in the United States averaged $430 per month in 2010, according to new U.
The Michigan Department of Human Services' Office of Child Support, in coordination with 17 mid-Michigan Friends of the Court, began disbursing some child support payments on Aug.
Brown then would turn around and write Brockovich a $100,000 check for overdue child support payments, the transcripts quote Reiner as saying.
As part of these efforts, MAXIMUS will maintain the Texas Child Support Employer Repository and ensure that employer data is accurate and up to date in order to increase the likelihood that child support payments are withheld from the wages of non-custodial parents.
17, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --Parents who are years behind on child support payments or who have fled to avoid paying up will have a tougher time hiding from their court-ordered obligations, the Office of Inspector General (OIG) of the Department of Health and Human Services announced today.
The Department of Human Services' Office of Child Support, in coordination with Genesee County, began disbursing some child support payments through a debit card beginning April 26, in accordance with state law.
Before the state took over the child support division last year, the division collected child support payments from deadbeat parents in only about one out of 10 cases.
Specifically, Tier's reconciliation project analyzed the net accounts receivable balances since fiscal 2001 relating to the payment processing center, which are calculated by netting the following accounts: 1) the bank account used as a repository for child support payments received by Tier from non-custodial parents; 2) the related payable account that tracks Tier's liability to make child support payments to custodial parents; and 3) the receivables account reflecting Tier's right to recover from participants (a) funds advanced by Tier to custodial parents on behalf of non-custodial parents whose payments to Tier were made with insufficiently funded checks and (b) funds paid in error by Tier to the wrong recipient.
In a recent survey of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML), 39% of the nation's top divorce attorneys cite an increase in modifications being made to child support payments.
DES MOINES, Iowa -- Employers who make Iowa child support payments on behalf of their employees may now make those transfers online.

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