Employers help to ensure the financial security of our nation’s children by working cooperatively with the child support program. We have several resources and tools to help you meet your responsibilities to the program.
Federal law requires you to report newly hired and rehired employees to a designated state agency within 20 days of hire. State law may require you to report sooner. We provide a variety of resources and tools to help you meet the requirements.
Employers must provide employee information to child support agencies upon request. We developed the Standard Verification of Employment (VOE) Response Form for you to respond to those states that accept it.
Employers collect about 75 percent of child support by deducting payments from paychecks. To assist you in this effort, we provide resources and tools as well as contact information to help you find answers to your questions or resolve your issues.
Medical support is a type of child support, and employers are often required to enroll their employees’ child(ren) in an employer-sponsored health insurance plan. We have forms and resources to help you meet this requirement.
Learn about the benefits of sending child support payments through electronic funds transfer and electronic data interchange. We offer instructions, tips, and other information to help you getting started.