Office Of Attorney General Child Support Interactive, asbestosdefinition.com | With its Online Custody Reporting System, the Office of Attorney General is creating an opportunity for parents to see whether they are being taxed on child support they are paying. This tool will help non-custodial parents to see if they are being over or under taxed.
The main goal is to create a tool that will allow the custodial parent to see what is going on with child support. Many people have access to the current tax return forms but, few have access to the Child Support Interactive Tool. The interactive tool gives the custodial parent, the non-custodial parent, and the lawyer a tool to access child support and know exactly what their due payment is each month.
“We have been in the tax code business for twenty-five years and we never thought we would have an opportunity to combine with a parent like this to have the best product to give the public a tool they need to have when it comes to understanding the complex tax code,” said Debby Kohn, owner of the OAG Child Support Company. “I don’t think there’s anybody who didn’t think this was a possibility and we’ve had our eyes opened for this opportunity because we have seen how parents struggle when it comes to getting accurate information from the government and from the IRS about child support.”
Parents often find it very difficult to navigate the federal tax code and it can be extremely frustrating when you go to file your tax returns to find out the software doesn’t work. In the event you find a service that can help you find the missing links, this is a great service to turn to.
When parents first use the online Custody Report, they are prompted to try out the new interactive tool. Once they do this, they can use the Child Support Interactive Tool to see what the reporting process looks like, what information they will receive and how to access that information.
The important part of this process is that parents now can have access to their child support payments and child support arrear payments, so that they can help their custodial parent to know where they stand financially. This is a great service for parents and the Attorney General’s Office is a great organization to help with this particular program.
The majority of states require the custodial parent to provide information about how much child support they pay on a monthly basis, and this information will be entered into the Child Support database. As a result, parents with a child support arrear can see how their payments compare to those of their custodial parent. The custodial parent also has the ability to see how much their due child support is and at what due date the area begins.
The information collected by the Child Support Center is all voluntary and the parents are responsible for making sure that they have complete and accurate information that is used to calculate their child support. If your child support is not properly calculated, you may find that you are liable for more child support.
There are many reasons why the amount of child support you are receiving is not accurate. Maybe you are overstating the amount of your income so that you are under taxed.
Or maybe you are in the wrong income tax bracket. Your taxes could be due at a later date or you might have an open warrant out for your arrest.
Maybe your non-custodial parent has an active warrant out for his arrest and you do not know about it. No matter what the reason, the online Custody Report is designed to make it easier for parents to get the accurate information they need to know about their child support payments and to help them make the right financial decisions for their children.
It does not matter how old you are, how much money you make, or how long you have been married if you are the custodial parent and you are behind on child support and/or have arrears on your child support. Whether you are the custodial parent or the non-custodial parent, the online Custody report is designed to help you get up to date on your child support payments.