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Child support payments to be automatically deducted, and all parents' income opened up to Inland Revenue

New Zealand Herald Monday, 17 July 2017
Child support payments to be automatically deducted, and all parents' income opened up to Inland RevenueOverdue child support payments will be automatically deducted from liable parents' pay packets as part of major changes proposed by the Government.In announcing the reforms, Revenue Minister Judith Collins revealed that debt on...
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News video: 'It's a trap': man who owes $65,000 in child support says men are victims

'It's a trap': man who owes $65,000 in child support says men are victims 01:56

A man in Texas is on the hook for $65,000 in back child support payments for a daughter who is not his own. According to Texas’ family code, payments accrued before a paternity test still must be paid.

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