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Simplified tables determine the amount of child support using two factors - number of children and income of the payor.


 


Explanation:

Simplified tables determine the amount of child support using two factors - number of children and income of the payor.

The tables are remarkably consistent, with different proportions of gross monthly income being payable depending on how many children are involved:
1 Child: 10%
2 Children: 17%
3 Children: 22.5%
4 Children: 27%
5 Children: 30%
6 Children: 35%

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