Yes. On April 19, 2017, the DHFS has made available charts for the calculation of child support based on the July 1, 2017 income share model. Click here to access the charts. The Child Support Advisory Committee thus provides the following:
A quick review of the charts indicates that:
- The highest monthly figure is $30,000 of gross income;
- At the upper income levels the increase in child support per child barely inches up relative to the overall income;
- The key figure is the combined adjusted net income.
- The charts indicate that they represent a draft as of 4/6/17. The meeting agenda provided, “Income Shares – Proposed final draft of Gross to Net Conversion and Income Shares Schedule Based on Net Income – Bryan Tribble and Pam Lowry.”
Stay tuned for further developments!