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Is he right in what he is saying??

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28 Sep 07 #4100 by tarot
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My x2b is telling me that my children's (age 13, 7) maintanence money will drop when he moves in with his partner (she has 2 boys, 14 and 17, the youngest is diabetic. Is this right??

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28 Sep 07 #4108 by Fiona
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That's correct, the CSA will deduct 20% from his income before calculating CM. So for example if he earns £1,000 net a month 20% is deducted (£200) leaving £800; CM for two children is then calculated at 20% of £800 = £160.

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