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2009-01-22 23:47:07
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No. Your obligation to support your own child takes priority over any subsequent support you offer for another person's child. The court would not decrease your child support obligation for that reason.


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Receipts are mandatory for all expenses of $75 or more and all lodging expenses.

If this applies to the lower grades, than no, it is not applicable and he is not required to pay the tuition without a court order. As for the college years, neither tuition nor child support is required. see links below

There is no general entry for those expenses which are not belongs to company's normal operating business activities and no entry required.

depends if they pay child support. if they do then yes because kids clothing is not cheap

Total your income.Figure out how much money you are spending.Categorize your expenses to show where your money goes.Determine if your expenses are above or below your income.Reduce expenses in flexible categories to save or increase savings. OR 1. Add up all sources of income 2. Calculate all expenses - this may take several tries because you may forget items 3. Categorize different expenses 4. Determine if expenses are below income 5. Reduce expenses in flexible categories - required vs luxury

Qualified education expenses are tuition and certain related expenses required for enrollment or attendance at an eligible educational institution. Click on the below related link for more information and details.

Operating expenses are also known as "overhead," and refer to the expenses required to keep a business open. Some examples would include rent for the office building, the cost of paying employees, and the water and electricity bills.

prepaid expenses are those expenses for which cash is paid in advance but if there is no cash payment then that is not prepaid expense and hence no entry required.

Your PIP insurance will in most cases cover your medical expenses even if you do not possess the required health insurance in Texas. This would pay for your medical expenses in a wreck.

If both of the parents have a joint legal custody arrangement, you have to give the noncustodial parent that information. If you have sole custody of the child, you do not have to share that information with the noncustodial parent.

In general, yes. The payments are for the children, not the parent. The step-parent is not legally responsible for the children unless he adopts them.

Only those court ordered. See link below The court might require you to pay child care, medical insurance and/or medical expenses.

Farming cotton required hundreds of man-hours to separate the cottonseed from the raw cotton fibers. A better method was required to harvest the crop and reduce expenses.

It depends on the state. If your state calculates child support based on household income, then yes, she would be required to pay her husband's child support. If your state calculates child support based on only the non-custodial parent's income, then no, should would not be required to pay. However, her husband would still owe that money, and it will continue to accumulate as a debt until he pays it.

Determined by taking your income and subtracting expenses- anything left over is the required payment.

Matching principles requires that expenses of one fiscal year is matched by revenue of the same fiscal year.

As far as I know, there are no requirements for your work to repay you for any related expenses. However you can take any Unreimbursed Employee (UE) expenses off your Federal & State Tax returns. However the expense must be customary & reasonable. If you go overboard, expect to be audited...

As long as the policy you have covers the condition or medical services you are receiving, yes it will cover these expenses. You best bet is to call your insurance company before hand and clear the expenses with them first then they can answer this for you and tell you of any stipulations such as generic medications required.

The individual would be required (in the eyes of the law) to pay college expenses, if the child demands to the courts (especially in the case of dependents) the maximum age is 24 years-old. However, child support would continue until the child graduates college, or stops attending. Still, on the moral side, both parents should have the best interest of the child in mind, and do everything possible to ensure a college education if the child so chooses. There are many ways to acquire funds, even from the corporate sector. Check with the financial aid office at a college near you and inquire about what options are available.

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You will be required to pay for the remaining loan amount after the vehicle is sold at auction and the expenses are recovered from the auction. In other words, you will probably have to file bankrupcy if you owe very much.

I know in Washington this is required, but I've never heard what happens if he can't.

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