Before determining eligibility, you must subtract the amount the household pays in legally-binding child support payments from the household's countable gross income. These payments may include all obligations specified in court or administrative orders.
Examples include but are not limited to
child support arrearages,
required child care payments, or
money owed to the state.
Before allowing the child support deduction, you must verify the court-ordered amount the client must pay and how much the client has paid. Obtain a copy of any court orders, and use the CFRRPA transaction to verify payments made through DHS.
Enter the verified amount of monthly child support payments the household is paying in FACS Child Support field (IMS E46).