support payment


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Noun1.support payment - a payment made by one person for the support of another
payment - a sum of money paid or a claim discharged
palimony - support paid by one half of an unmarried partnership after the relationship ends
alimony, maintenance - court-ordered support paid by one spouse to another after they are separated
child support - court-ordered support paid by one spouse to the other who has custody of the children after the parents are separated
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To be eligible for a Back to Work employer support payment, employers need their new employees to have started work on, or after 1 July 2016, and have been employed for at least four weeks.
If any lambs were rejected by the grader they were usually taken home because the support payment made up approximately a third of the value of the animal.
He said: "The Tir Mynydd support payment, which farmers in LFAs of Wales have started to receive, will come as a timely boost to hill and upland farmers who are faced with spiralling costs of production.
ACS has operated Ohio's Child Support Payment Central since 2002, providing payments processing, customer service and other mission-critical functions.
Child on SSI under age 18: For a child on SSI who is under the age of 18, Social Security regulations specify that two-thirds (2/3) of a child support payment is "countable income," which causes a dollar-for-dollar reduction in the SSI benefit.
Affiliated Computer Services Inc (NYSE:ACS) announced Tuesday that it has been awarded a contract to manage and operate the child support payment processing centre for the US State of South Carolina.
The article stated construction firms could be In danger of losing CIS status If they take advantage of HM Revenue & Customs Business Support Payment Scheme.
The following are three theoretical approaches to increase child support payment compliance (I-Fen Lin, "Perceived Fairness and Compliance with Child Support Obligations," Journal of Marriage and Family, May 2000):
e) a covenant entered into in connection with a sale of shares in a corporation (or a sale of a partnership interest) pledging to carry on business in the ordinary course through the closing of the sale or to pay dividends (or partnership distributions) consistent with past practice prior to closing; and (f) a child support payment.
the child support payment is treated as if received by the paying spouse and then paid directly by that spouse as child support).
Visitation frequency, child support payment, and the father-child relationship postdivorce.
The barriers to child support of low-income levels and hostile interparental relationships are important to understand, since there is an enormous gap between child support payment guidelines and what single-parent families receive.

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