There should be no protected earnings threshold on the IRD child support formula.?


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There should be no protected earnings threshold on the IRD child support formula.

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Reasons To Disagree

The second family would suffer greatly if this were to happen. The idea of child support is for the interests of children. If there was no protected earnings then children would suffer and that goes against the child support policy!!!!

26 January 2011

There should be no government enforced child support payments, the arrangements are of no business to anyone but those directly involved.

27 August 2012

 

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unsure of this one - but I don't agree with other commenter re no enforced child support payments - the NZ system despite its flaws is better than a lot of countries as the tax system is used to collect payments - you have to realise that many parents try and avoid paying child support at any cost

10 July 2013

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