Re: CSA Payments
- From: "Martin Davies" <mart2306@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 05 Jul 2006 14:44:49 GMT
And more than a handful of people have paid, then their ex can't or won't
confirm payments were for child support, so have to pay again.
Signed receipt (signed by ex) each time stating the amount, the date and the
fact payment is for child support will generally be accepted. If won't sign
for it, wonder why not.
Arrears will build up but can be avoided simply if you plan for them
and put the money aside or pay your ex-partner and gather receipts or
proof that they have been paid.
Any voluntary payments will be documented when you declare them and
then the debt accrued can be adjusted. Be very aware though that
this can only happen if you either have the proof that you have made
payments specifically for child maintenance OR your ex-partner agrees
that you have have made payments for the purposes of child
"JB" <gg365@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
I am on the new assessment currently, so essentially I will have at
least three months at the current rate in arrears, and however long
it takes them
to reassess what my earnings are after that period once accounts are
Sounds like a lot of arrears could build up in that time, not
helpful to me
or my ex,
thanks for the advice guys.
"Martin Davies" <mart2306@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
I am considering becoming self employed, but what happens to my CSA
payments? How do I get them realistically assessed as my earnings
will drop considerably in the short to medium term. Will arrears
accrue at my current rate of payment?
any help appreciated
CSA will base new assessment on your first 3 months accounts
information. Usually has no bearing whatsoever on end of year
figures. In the meantime they can do a catagory C interim assessment (if
old scheme) which is set at £30 a week. Can, don't always do though
- 3 months
isn't a long time to wait for account information.
Old assessment is still accruing arrears until such time as an
interim assessment or new assessment made however. Then backdated
as necessary or allowed.
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