The Analyze This data blog provides in-depth analysis of child support data to inform child support professionals and other stakeholders about national child support trends.
This blog examines how TANF arrears have changed over time
Examines IV-D collections per case and variations between former, current, and never assistance case types
Explores trends in total child support expenditures over a 7-year period
Describes custodial families served by the IV-D program using 2016 Census Survey results
Looks at whether parents with large child support arrears have the potential ability to pay
Explores the increase in child support orders that do not have a dollar amount
Highlights trends in child support arrears as a follow up to "Who Owes the Child Support Debt?"
Takes a closer look at the 2016 infographic, which highlights the successes of the child support program in the areas of collections, caseload, and cost-effectiveness
Provides an analysis of the number of debtors who owe child support and the amount of arrears owed
Discusses funding for child support programs, including Federal Financial Participation and performance-based incentives paid to states
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