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27 Apr 12 #326809 by motherof2
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Does anybody know exactly what the CSA take into consideration when asking a non-resident parent to declare income? Specifically do they count annual bonus as income?

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27 Apr 12 #326810 by fedup70
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with myself having dealt with CSA, they take into account all household income including any bonuses, they calculated the monthly payment from previous pay slips, if your ex is aware of the bonus they will certainly look into it as and when it happens.
Hope this is some help, but you can go onto their website and use their online calculator.

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27 Apr 12 #326811 by motherof2
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Thank you so much for your help. I''m just trying to make a plan of action as I don''t actually know how much he earns yet.

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27 Apr 12 #326878 by WYSPECIAL
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annual bonus is averaged over 52 weeks

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