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States Using Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

Program Innovation Maps

Published: October 1, 2014
Information About:
State/Local Child Support Agencies, Employers
Topics:
Employer Responsibilities, Bonus/Lump Sum Reporting
Types:
Outreach/Brochures
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Program Innovation Maps
  • Alabama

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Alaska

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Arizona

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Arkansas

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • California

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Colorado

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Connecticut

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Delaware

    Uses eTerm only

  • District of Columbia

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Florida

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Georgia

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Hawaii

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Idaho

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Illinois

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Indiana

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Iowa

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Kansas

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Kentucky

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Louisiana

    Uses Lump Sum Reporting only

  • Maine

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Maryland

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Massachusetts

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Michigan

    Not participating

  • Minnesota

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Mississippi

    Uses Lump Sum Reporting only 

  • Missouri

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Montana

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Nebraska

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Nevada

    Uses Lump Sum Reporting only

  • New Hampshire

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • New Jersey

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • New Mexico

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • New York

    Uses Lump Sum Reporting only

  • North Carolina

    Uses Lump Sum Reporting only

  • North Dakota

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Ohio

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Oklahoma

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Oregon

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Pennsylvania

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Rhode Island

    Not participating

  • South Carolina

    Uses eTerm only

  • South Dakota

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Tennessee

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Texas

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Utah

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Vermont

    Not participating

  • Virginia

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Washington

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • West Virginia

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Wisconsin

    Not participating

  • Wyoming

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Puerto Rico

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Virgin Islands

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • Guam

    Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm

  • American Samoa

  • Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands

  • Federated States of Micronesia

  • Republic of the Marshall Islands

  • Republic of Palau

Legend

    • Uses both Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm
    • Uses Lump Sum Reporting only
    • Uses eTerm only
    • Not participating

States/territories using Lump Sum Reporting and eTerm:

Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virgin Islands, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wyoming 

States using Lump Sum Reporting:

Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, New York, North Carolina

States using eTerm:

Delaware, South Carolina

States not participating:

Michigan, Rhode Island, Vermont, Wisconsin