September 2014 | Letitia Logan Passarella, MPP, and Catherine E. Born, Ph.D., University of Maryland School of Social Work

Imputed Income Among NCPs: Characteristics and Payment Outcomes

This report looks at cases with imputed income using a random sample of public (IV-D) child support cases in the Maryland caseload. The study examines payment outcomes over a two-year period for cases in which noncustodial parent income appears to be imputed. Then, this information is compared to payment outcomes in cases where actual income was used to calculate the amount of the support obligation.

Imputed Income Among NCPs: Characteristics and Payment Outcomes.pdf

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