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Financial Planning, Taxes, and Divorce - Child Support and Taxes

It is important to note that for tax purposes child support is neither deductible by the payor (referred to as the obligor) nor calculated as income by the payee (referred to as the obligee).

The above are merely examples of financial and tax considerations. They are not a substitute for careful professional help applied to your particular situation.