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The INCOME EXECUTION
     Process (IEX):
  A Guide for Employers
           Common Terms
1)   IEX – Income Execution

2)   MEDX – Medical Execution
3)   Current Support – on going obligation of support

4)   Arrears – Amount of past due child support owed
5)   Add Amount – Administrative amount- amount in
     addition to the court ordered obligation amount
     for cases where NCP is delinquent. Used to
     collect towards arrears and therefore reduce the
     outstanding balance due

6)   CSMS – Child Support Management System
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            Common Terms
7)   CP – Custodial Parent – the parent residing with
     and caring for the child on a daily basis

8)   NCP – Non custodial parent – the parent not
     currently living with child
9)   Disposable Income – The portion of an
     employee’s earning remaining after deductions
     required by law (e.g., taxes). It is used to
     determine the amount of an employee’s pay that
     is subject to a garnishment, attachment, or child
     support withholding.

10) CCPA – Consumer Credit Protection Act – federal
    law that limits the amount of support that can be
    withheld from disposable income

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              Legal basis for iex
• Federal, State and local laws
  – Domestic Relations Law (DRL) 240(2)
  – Family Court Act (FCA) 440(1)
  – Civil Practice Law & Rules (CPLR) 5241

• Effective Nov., 1990, all court orders
  must be payable by immediate IEX *

  * Exceptions: If Good Cause is determined or there is a written agreement between the parties.


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       Creating the IEX

• Family Courts electronically sends
  order to OCSE’s private vendor

• Vendor enters data into CSMS within 48
  hrs

• IEX packet mailed to employer by NYS
  Child Support Processing Center in
  Albany next day
  – Notice to Withhold Income for Child
    Support
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  – Remittance tags
        the IEX In Review

The
Cover
Page




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           The IEX (1)
 Issuing
County &                         NCP’s
Docket #                       name, SS#
                               & CSMS #


                       NCP’s
                      name,
                       SS#
                      CSMS#

           Employer
            Name &
              EIN


                                   CP’s
                                  Name

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             the IEX (2)



                                                    Info
Remittance                                         about
 based on                                         Arrears
 pay cycle
                               231,359.33
                      427.50




             427.50                     926.25
             855.00                    1,852.50
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                               the IEX (3)
REMITTANCE INSTRUCTIONS:

•    When remitting payments, you must provide the date of withholding, New York account
     number, Employee/Obligor name and social security number, and your company or
     business name and EIN. See item #10 on page 3 for withholding limits.
•    If the Employee/Obligor’s principal place of employment is located in New York State –
     you must begin withholding no later than the first pay period which occurs fourteen (14)
     days after service of this NOTICE, and payments must be remitted within seven (7) business
     days of the date of each withholding.
•    If the Employee/Obligor’s principal place of employment is located in New York State -
     You must begin withholding and remit payments in accordance with the laws of the state
     of the Employee/Obligor’s principal place of employment and may deduct a processing
     fee where such laws permit.
•   If you wish to send payments electronically via EFT/EDI, call 1-888-208-4485 for instructions.
     Instructions
include Time frame
  for withholding,
   submitting and        “INCLUDE A REMITTANCE TAG WITH EVERY PAYMENT”
      Identifying
     information

    Make all checks payable to:                    Send to:

    NYS Child Support Processing Center            NYS Child Support Processing Center
                                                   PO Box 15363
                                                   Albany NY 12212-5363                9
                           the IEX (4)

$285.00   Weekly   Current Supp   06/04/2004




                                               $142.50 Weekly additional amount   n/a




                                                                        Priority of
                                                                      Child Support,
                                                                       Withholdings
                                                                       for Multiple
                                                                        employees


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Lets Talk Money:
 basic Rules for
   Remitting




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                 TIMEFRAMES
If the Employee/Obligor’s principal place of employment is
    located in New York State –
• begin withholding no later than the first pay period which
  occurs fourteen (14) days after service of this Notice
• payments must be remitted within seven (7) business of
  the date of each withholding.
• You are not permitted to deduct a fee to defray the cost
  of withholding.
• Example
   – Notice received by Employer on         May 18, 2007;
   – Employer has Bi –weekly pay schedule
   – Next pay date:                         June 1, 2007
   – Remit to NYS Processing Center by:     June 11, 2007
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      TIME FRAMES Cont’d
    If the Employee/obligor’s principal place of
    employment is located outside of New York State –
•   begin withholding and remit payments in accordance
    with the laws of the state of the Employee/Obligor’s
    principal place of employment
•   may deduct a processing fee where such laws permit.
    – What are the incoming withholding laws
      in the state in which your business
      operates?


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                              IEX COUPONS


                                       NYS Child Support Processing Center




                                       NYS Child Support Processing Center




NYS Child Support Processing Center




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  Withholding
Reminder/listing




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Support Withholding
Reminder




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       Obtaining Payment
           Coupons
• Call 888-208-4485
• Provide
  – Company name

  – Company address

  – FEIN

  – Employees names and SS#s

  – CSMS#
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     Identifying Information

When remitting payments, provide
•   The date of withholding
•   New York account number
•   Employee/Obligor name and social
    security number
•   Company or business name and EIN.
      This ensures that the appropriate accounts are credited

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Electronic Funds transfer
    To send payments electronically via EFT/EDI,
         call 1-888-208-4485 for instructions.

BENEFITS of EFT
•   Reduce paper Handling
•   Reduced Processing cost
•   Eliminate delayed or lost/stolen payments
•   Eliminate possibility of check fraud
•   Decrease exposure of company account
    information

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 The IEX (5)
Other Rules




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the IEX (6)   Withholding
                 Limits




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                 Multiple IEXs
Multiple Cases & IEXs for one NCP, when
   the full total cannot be taken.
Example:
   IEX for Smith: $200 per week
   IEX for Jones; $600 per week
   Total that can be taken: $400
   Smith gets: $100
   Jones gets: $300
  If multiple IEX for same case, honor the last one received.
             You can also call OCSE for clarification
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              IEX Changes
• Old Rules                 • Future Rules
  – CCPA limitations on       – CCPA limitations
    deductions (50%, 55%,       continue
    60%, 65%)
                              – No cap on Add Amt
  – 40% cap on Add Amt
                              – Lump Sum Pymts -
  – Lump Sum Payments -         CCPA rules apply only
    CCPA rules apply            for personal processes

  – Remittance Time           – Remittance Time
    Frame -10 days              Frame -7 business
                                days
  – Self Support Reserve      – Self Support Reserve
                                continues
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       Rules for Deduction
• Disposable income =          • Federal Consumer
  Gross income minus             Credit Protection
  mandated deductions            Act
  (Federal, state, local         – 60% of disposable
  taxes, FICA)                     income or
• Employer must do               – 65% if delinquency
  calculation                      exceeds total of 12
                                   weeks when issued
• OCSE may notify                  or
  Employer to adjust             – 50% and 55% if NCP
  withholding based on             is currently
  claims of hardship or Self       supporting an
  Support Reserve                  additional spouse /
                                   dependent child (as
                                   verified by payroll 24
                                   records).
Rules for Deduction Cont’d
• Maximum withholding is the lesser of:
  – The amount allowed by CCPA or,
  – The amount allowed by the State of the
    employee’s principal place of
    employment
• NYS law requires additional amount to
  be remitted when arrears is owed
• The 40% rule for add amount may
  apply
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     Processing Lump Sum
          Payments
• If no arrears
  – NCP retains 100% of Lump sum pay
• If Arrears
  – Determine if payment for personal services
    (Ex. commissions, back pay, severance pay, etc)

  – Yes, personal service - withhold up to
    CCPA limits
  – Not personal service, withhold entire
    amount up to total arrears amount
    (Ex. benefits, dividends, interest payments)
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                  Example
• In addition to regular salary, NCP
  received back pay of $1,400. He has
  child support arrears of more than 12
  weeks, in amount of $5000.00. Should
  child support be taken out?

  – Yes; personal service
  – CCPA limits apply – 55% or 65%

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Processing Bonus Payments

• NCP has no arrears
  – NCP retains 100% of bonus
• NCP has arrears
  – If not classified as wages (W2), withhold
    entire bonus payment up to total
    arrears amount due (do not use CCPA
    guidelines).
  – If classified as wages (W2),and more
    than 12 weeks arrears, deduct 65% of
    bonus (use CCPA guidelines).            28
Example: Bonus payment
• In addition to regular salary, NCP gets
  a holiday bonus pay of $2000.00
  from employer in his pay check. He
  has child support arrears of more than
  12 weeks and is $3,500 in arrears.
  Should child support be taken out?
  – Yes
  – Not classified as wages, so no CCPA
  – Withhold entire amount to be applied to arrears
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Example: Severance Pay
• After working for your company for 20
  years, NCP has been terminated and
  will receive a total of $20,000 in
  severance pay over the course of 6
  months. His weekly obligation is
  $150/wk and his arrears is $6000.00.
  Should child support be taken out?
  – Yes
  – CCPA guidelines apply

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• If no arrears, NCP retains 100% of
        Addressing
     Seasonal Workers
• Process IEXs for seasonal workers
  as you would for an employee
  with a regular work schedule




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       Addressing
   Contracted Workers
• If contracted worker is being
  paid by Contracted Agency,
  immediately forward IEX to that
  Contractor for processing




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              Liability
• Employers must withhold and remit
  payments to OCSE as Notice directs.
• Employer can be found liable to NCP
  and the CP for failing to pay as
  ordered
• OCSE or CP can take legal action
  against employer for failing to withhold
  and remit. Interest, attorney fees and
  other charges can be added
• Civil Penalties for noncompliance = 33
  $500 first failure; $1 000 subsequent
Getting Help/Clarification

•Employer Helpline #
 888-208-4485


•Website:
 Newyorkchildsupport.com
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the IEX:
           General
            Info for
             NCP
            and/or
           Employer




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REFERENCE SHEETS




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                                              Withholding Limitations Worksheet
Before you begin:
      Calculate employee’s disposable earnings (use worksheet on reverse if necessary).
      Determine if employee is supporting a spouse or dependent child other than those covered by this matter.
      Be sure to include in your calculation all earnings paid or payable to employee (see definition on reverse).
      Identify the employee’s pay period frequency (e.g. weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, etc.)
1.    Enter the employee’s pay period frequency.                                                          1. ___________
2.    Enter the employee’s disposable earnings for one pay period.                                        2. ___________
3.    Enter the total amount to withhold from page 1, item 2 of the
      Notice for the same frequency listed on line 1.                                                     3. ___________
4.    Divide line 3 by line 2. (Enter the result as a percentage.)                                        4. _________%
5.    Is line 4 equal to or less than 40%?
                               Yes.           Skip lines 6-11; enter the amount from line 3 on line 12.
                               No.            Go to line 6.
6.    Enter the additional amount, if any, from page 2 of the Notice.
      (If $0.00 or blank, enter $0). NOTE: If frequency on page 2
      does not match line 1, adjust additional amount proportionally.                     6. ___________
7.    Is line 6 greater than $0?
                               Yes.           Go to line 8.
                               No.            Skip lines 8-10 and go to line 11.
8.    Subtract line 6 from line 3.                                                                        8. ___________
9.    Divide line 8 by line 2. (Enter the result as a percentage.)                                        9. _________%
10.   Is line 9 greater than 40%?
                               Yes.        Skip line 11; enter the amount from line 8 on line 12, but do not exceed the maximum
      allowable percentage under the Federal Consumer Credit Protection Act. (see table on reverse for guidance)
                               No.         Skip line 11; multiply line 2 by 40% and enter result on line 12.
11.   Is line 4 equal to or less than 50%?
                               Yes.        Enter amount from line 3 on line 12.
                               No.         Enter amount from line 3 on line 12, but do not exceed the maximum allowable
      percentage under the Federal Consumer Credit Protection Act. (see table on reverse for guidance)
12.   This is the amount you must withhold                                                     12.



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                                         Disposable Earnings Worksheet

      “Earnings” means compensation paid or payable for personal services, such as wages, salary, commission, or
                  bonus, and includes periodic payments pursuant to a pension or retirement program.
      “Disposable Earnings” means that part of the earnings remaining after deduction of any amounts required by
                                                  law to be deducted.
                            The following worksheet may be used to calculate disposable earnings

                                                      1. Gross earnings.
                                                                                               1. _______________
                                          2. Amounts deducted as required by law:
                                         a.            Federal income tax         a. _______________
                                         b.            Social security tax        b. _______________
                                         c.            Medicare tax               c. _______________
                                         d.            State income tax           d. _______________
                                         e.            City/local income tax      e. _______________
                                                    f.            Involuntary retirement
                                                       or pension plan payments f. _______________
               Add lines 2 a-f. These are the total deductions required by law.                2. _______________

               3. Subtract line 2 from line 1. This is the employee’s disposable earnings. 3. _______________
                                                                  Consumer Credit Protection Act
                                                              Limitations on Withholdings for Support
                                                                         15 U.S.C. 1673 (b)
     The following federal limitations apply to the withholding from disposable earnings for the satisfaction of support
                                                           payments:
                                   MAXIMUM WITHHOLDING FROM DISPOSABLE EARNINGS
                                          No arrears, arrears less than 12            Arrears owed for at least 12
                                          weeks old                                   weeks
Employee supports spouse or child         50%                                         55%
other than those covered by this
matter.
Employee is not supporting a spouse       60%                                         65%
or child other than those covered by
this matter.                                                                                                        38
            EXAMPLES
Use Withholding Limitation worksheet to process
the following




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            Example 1
• Maka has 1 child
• Order of Support for $50 per week
• No delinquency
• No arrears
• NCP’s disposable income is $300 per
  week
• No spouse or other children

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                                        Withholding Limitations Worksheet #1
Before you begin:
     Calculate employee’s disposable earnings (use worksheet on reverse if necessary).
     Determine if employee is supporting a spouse or dependent child other than those covered by this
     matter.
     Be sure to include in your calculation all earnings paid or payable to employee (see definition on reverse).
     Identify the employee’s pay period frequency (e.g. weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, etc.)
1.   Enter the employee’s pay period frequency.                                               1. Weekly
2.   Enter the employee’s disposable earnings for one pay period.                             2. $300.00
3.   Enter the total amount to withhold from page 1, item 2 of the
     Notice for the same frequency listed on line 1.                                          3. $50.00
4.   Divide line 3 by line 2. (Enter the result as a percentage.)                             4. 17%
5.   Is line 4 equal to or less than 40%?
                          Yes.          Skip lines 6-11; enter the amount from line 3 on line 12. YES
                          No.           Go to line 6.
6.   Enter the additional amount, if any, from page 2 of the Notice.
     (If $0.00 or blank, enter $0). NOTE: If frequency on page 2
     does not match line 1, adjust additional amount proportionally.                          6. __N/A_______
7.   Is line 6 greater than $0?
                          Yes.          Go to line 8.
                          No.           Skip lines 8-10 and go to line 11.
8.   Subtract line 6 from line 3.                                                             8. __N/A_______
9.   Divide line 8 by line 2. (Enter the result as a percentage.)                             9. _N/A______%
10. Is line 9 greater than 40%?
                         Yes.         Skip line 11; enter the amount from line 8 on line 12, but do not exceed the
     maximum allowable percentage under the Federal Consumer Credit Protection Act. (see table on reverse for
     guidance)
                          No.           Skip line 11; multiply line 2 by 40% and enter result on line 12.
11. Is line 4 equal to or less than 50%?
                          Yes.          Enter amount from line 3 on line 12.
                          No.         Enter amount from line 3 on line 12, but do not exceed the maximum allowable
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     percentage under the Federal Consumer Credit Protection Act. (see table on reverse for guidance)
12. This is the amount you must withhold                                                       12. $50.00
              Example 2
Sam’s First Order       Sam’s Second Order
• $150 per week for 2   • $80 per week for 1
  children                child
• $600.00 delinquent    • $0 delinquent
• $ Add amt of          • Disposable Income
  $75/wk                  of $800/week
• Disposable Income
  of $800/wk

       NCP Sam has a wife to support
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                                        Withholding Limitations Worksheet #2
Before you begin:
     Calculate employee’s disposable earnings (use worksheet on reverse if necessary).
     Determine if employee is supporting a spouse or dependent child other than those covered by this
     matter.
     Be sure to include in your calculation all earnings paid or payable to employee (see definition on reverse).
     Identify the employee’s pay period frequency (e.g. weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, etc.)
1.   Enter the employee’s pay period frequency.                                               1. _Weekly_
2.   Enter the employee’s disposable earnings for one pay period.                             2. $800.00
3.   Enter the total amount to withhold from page 1, item 2 of the
     Notice for the same frequency listed on line 1.                                          3. $305.00
4.   Divide line 3 by line 2. (Enter the result as a percentage.)                             4. 38_%
5.   Is line 4 equal to or less than 40%?
                          Yes.          Skip lines 6-11; enter the amount from line 3 on line 12.    YES
                          No.           Go to line 6.
6.   Enter the additional amount, if any, from page 2 of the Notice.
     (If $0.00 or blank, enter $0). NOTE: If frequency on page 2
     does not match line 1, adjust additional amount proportionally.                          6. __N/A______
7.   Is line 6 greater than $0?
                          Yes.          Go to line 8.
                          No.           Skip lines 8-10 and go to line 11.
8.   Subtract line 6 from line 3.                                                             8. ___N/A____
9.   Divide line 8 by line 2. (Enter the result as a percentage.)                             9. _____N/A____%
10. Is line 9 greater than 40%?
                         Yes.         Skip line 11; enter the amount from line 8 on line 12, but do not exceed the
     maximum allowable percentage under the Federal Consumer Credit Protection Act. (see table on reverse for
     guidance)
                          No.           Skip line 11; multiply line 2 by 40% and enter result on line 12.
11. Is line 4 equal to or less than 50%?
                          Yes.          Enter amount from line 3 on line 12.
                          No.         Enter amount from line 3 on line 12, but do not exceed the maximum allowable
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     percentage under the Federal Consumer Credit Protection Act. (see table on reverse for guidance)
12. This is the amount you must withhold                                                       12. $305.00
            Example 3
• Myron has 3 orders
• 1St $258.00/week; $3000 delinquency;
  Add amt of $129/week
• 2nd $114/week; $2000 delinquent; Add
  amt of $57/week
• 3rd $50/week; $0 delinquency
• Disposable Income $1600/bi-weekly
            Myron has a wife to support
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                                        Withholding Limitations Worksheet #3
Before you begin:
     Calculate employee’s disposable earnings (use worksheet on reverse if necessary).
     Determine if employee is supporting a spouse or dependent child other than those covered by this
     matter.
     Be sure to include in your calculation all earnings paid or payable to employee (see definition on reverse).
     Identify the employee’s pay period frequency (e.g. weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, etc.)
1.   Enter the employee’s pay period frequency.                                             1. Bi weekly
2.   Enter the employee’s disposable earnings for one pay period.                           2. $1600.00
3.   Enter the total amount to withhold from page 1, item 2 of the
     Notice for the same frequency listed on line 1.                                        3. $1216.00
4.   Divide line 3 by line 2. (Enter the result as a percentage.)                           4. 76%
5.   Is line 4 equal to or less than 40%?
                          Yes.          Skip lines 6-11; enter the amount from line 3 on line 12.
                          No.           Go to line 6.                                               NO
6.   Enter the additional amount, if any, from page 2 of the Notice.
     (If $0.00 or blank, enter $0). NOTE: If frequency on page 2
     does not match line 1, adjust additional amount proportionally.                        6. $186.00
7.   Is line 6 greater than $0?
                          Yes.          Go to line 8.                                            YES
                          No.           Skip lines 8-10 and go to line 11.
8.   Subtract line 6 from line 3.                                                           8. $1030.00
9.   Divide line 8 by line 2. (Enter the result as a percentage.)                           9.      64%
10. Is line 9 greater than 40%?
                         Yes.         Skip line 11; enter the amount from line 8 on line 12, but do not exceed the
     maximum allowable percentage under the Federal Consumer Credit Protection Act. (see table on reverse for
     guidance)
                          No.           Skip line 11; multiply line 2 by 40% and enter result on line 12. YES
11. Is line 4 equal to or less than 50%?
                          Yes.          Enter amount from line 3 on line 12.                              YES
                          No.         Enter amount from line 3 on line 12, but do not exceed the maximum allowable
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     percentage under the Federal Consumer Credit Protection Act. (see table on reverse for guidance)
12. This is the amount you must withhold                                                      12. $880.00
              Example 4
• Kim has 2 Orders of Support
• 1st $80 per week; Arrears of $3000; $50
  for add amount
• 2nd $50 per week; Arrears 2500; $50 for
  add amount
• Disposable Income of $275/Week

         Kim’s third child lives with her
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                                        Withholding Limitations Worksheet #4
Before you begin:
     Calculate employee’s disposable earnings (use worksheet on reverse if necessary).
     Determine if employee is supporting a spouse or dependent child other than those covered by this
     matter.
     Be sure to include in your calculation all earnings paid or payable to employee (see definition on reverse).
     Identify the employee’s pay period frequency (e.g. weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, etc.)
1.   Enter the employee’s pay period frequency.                                               1. Weekly
2.   Enter the employee’s disposable earnings for one pay period.                             2. $275.00
3.   Enter the total amount to withhold from page 1, item 2 of the
     Notice for the same frequency listed on line 1.                                          3. $230.00
4.   Divide line 3 by line 2. (Enter the result as a percentage.)                             4. 83%
5.   Is line 4 equal to or less than 40%?
                           Yes.         Skip lines 6-11; enter the amount from line 3 on line 12.
                           No.          Go to line 6.                                            NO
6.   Enter the additional amount, if any, from page 2 of the Notice.
     (If $0.00 or blank, enter $0). NOTE: If frequency on page 2
     does not match line 1, adjust additional amount proportionally.                          6. $100.00
7.   Is line 6 greater than $0?
                           Yes.         Go to line 8.                                               YES
                           No.          Skip lines 8-10 and go to line 11.
8.   Subtract line 6 from line 3.                                                             8. $130.00
9.   Divide line 8 by line 2. (Enter the result as a percentage.)                             9. 47%
10. Is line 9 greater than 40%?
                         Yes.         Skip line 11; enter the amount from line 8 on line 12, but do not exceed the
     maximum allowable percentage under the Federal Consumer Credit Protection Act. (see table on reverse for
     guidance)                                                                                  YES
                           No.          Skip line 11; multiply line 2 by 40% and enter result on line 12.
11. Is line 4 equal to or less than 50%?
                           Yes.         Enter amount from line 3 on line 12.                          NO
                          No.         Enter amount from line 3 on line 12, but do not exceed the maximum allowable
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     percentage under the Federal Consumer Credit Protection Act. (see table on reverse for guidance)
12. This is the amount you must withhold                                                       12. $151.00
HOT TOPICS




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     Addressing
 Workers Compensation
• State Office of Child Support
 Enforcement
  – Receives notice from Workers
    Compensation provider

  – Issues IEX directly to provider



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      Amended IEXs

• IEXs can be increased,
  decreased, or vacated
• Look for changes in
  – Amount due
  – Frequency

• Submit appropriate amount

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        NCP has
     Salary Increase
• Continue to deduct stated
  obligation and or add amount
  as instructed by IEX.




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 Receipt of Court Order
       before IEX
• OCSE will send you an Amended
  IEX.

• No action to be taken without IEX

 Process all changes only based on
                 IEX

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          NCP working
          multiple Jobs
• CSMS is automated system
• Will pick up all documented
  employment
• Will Send IEX to new Employer
• If NCP is current, 2nd IEX will be
  vacated upon notification by
  employee
• If NCP not current, 2nd IEX remains

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       Child Support &
        Bankruptcy

• NCP still responsible for Child Support

• NCP must notify OCSE of the filing




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  Consequences of delayed
        deductions
• Financial Stress to Families

• Administrative Enforcement actions
  against the NCP

• Compliance Notices and calls to
  Employer

• Possible fines to employer
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    Employers & New Hire
         Reporting
• Legally required to report new
  employees to State Directory of New
  Hires
• W4 form
• Must be done within 20 days of hire
  date
• Must include employee name,
  address, SS# and FEIN
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• Allows matching against OCSE

								
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