Information for employers
Learn about the obligations employers have in regard to making child support deductions. This section includes information on how to make deductions and the forms employers are required to complete. Privacy and anti-discrimination rules are also explained.
How do you, as an employer, go about deducting child support from payments to an employee.
View some examples of how you as an employer can deduct child support payments from an employee's salary or wages when there are protected earnings.
What are your legal obligations, as an employer, when it comes to child support deductions? What are your employees rights when it comes to privacy and protection from discrimination? If you are not sure, then read on for more information.
An explanation of what are protected net earnings and when this rule applies.
Questions and answers that relate to employers who need to deduct child support from their employees.
Did you know?
We have a separate toll free number that employers can use for child support enquiries - 0800 220 222. The employer toll free number is available between 8am and 5pm Monday to Friday. Read more >
Date published: 23 Oct 2004
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