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Federal Offset Collections Report: Final for Processing Year 2004


Published: January 19, 2005


RE: Federal Offset Collections Report for OCSE Cycle 2004-25

Dear Coordinators:

Enclosed is the Federal Offset Collections Report for OCSE Cycle 2004-25. Please note that this is the last Collections Report for Processing Year (PY) 2004. This report represents Federal Tax Refund and/or administrative offsets, less the current fees of $12.65 per Federal Tax Offset and $15.00 per administrative offset, and any adjustments/reversals for the 1997 through 2004 processing years made during this collection cycle.

Based on 5,247 offsets, the net collections total for OCSE Cycle 2004-25 as of January 10, 2005, is $5,547,604. The year-end total for 1,402,617 offsets is $1,489,147,415. This compares to 1,622,198 offsets for $1,553,949,260 during the same collection cycle last year. The decrease in collections is due to the offsets that resulted from the Advanced Child Tax Credit payments that took place during 2003. There were no such payments or offsets for this year.

An electronic version of this report, along with additional detailed reports for your state, has been sent to your state via CONNECT:Direct (C:D).

The funds were transferred through the Automated Clearing House (ACH) on January 20, 2005. If you have any questions regarding the transfer of collections to your state's account, please contact Elvis Davis at the Program Support Center. He can be reached at (301) 443-9560.

If you have any questions concerning your state’s collection reports or the PY 2005 Collections Schedule, please contact the Special Collections Unit at (202) 401-9389 ext. 6, or via email at scollections@acf.hhs.gov.


David H. Siegel
Acting Commissioner
Office of Child Support Enforcement


cc: State IV-D Directors
Regional Program Managers
Executive Staff

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