NYS Child Support Calculator

Please fill out the fields to your best ability. The support calculation will automatically calculate at the bottom of the page after you select the number of children, as well as the custodial parent (plaintiff or defendant)

This calculator is to be used only if the combined parental income does not exceed $141,000.00. If your combined income exceeds $141,000.00, Please call: 718.360.2271

Manditory Parental Income

Plaintiff

Defendant

1 Gross (total) income (as reported on most recent Federal tax return, or as computed in accordance with Internal Revenue Code and regulations)
2 Investment income
3 Workers' compensation
4 Disability benefits
5 Unemployment insurance benefits
6 Social Security benefits
7 Veterans benefits
8 Pension/retirement income
9 Fellowships and stipends
10 Annuity payments
11 If self-employed, depreciation greater than straight-line depreciation used in determining business income or investment credit
12 If self-employed, entertainment and travel allowances deducted from business income to the extent the allowances reduce personal expenditures
13 Former income voluntarily reduced to avoid child support
14 Income voluntarily deferred

Total Manditory Income

 

Non-Manditory Parental Income

Plaintiff

Defendant

15 Income attributable to non-income producing assets
16 Employment benefits that confer personal economic benefits (Such as meals, lodging, memberships, automobiles, other)
17 Fringe benefits of employment
18 Money, goods and services provided by relatives and friends

Total Non-Manditory Income

Total Income

 

Deductions

Plaintiff

Defendant

19 Expenses of investment income listed on line 2
20 Unreimbursed business expenses that do not reduce personal expenditures
21 Alimony or maintenance actually paid to a former spouse
22 Alimony or maintenance paid to the other parent but only if child support will increase when alimony stops
23 Child support actually paid to other children the parent is legally obligated to support
24 Public assistance
25 Supplemental security income
26 New York City or Yonkers income or earnings taxes actually paid
27 Social Security taxes (FICA) actually paid
Total Deductions
 
Plaintiff's Income
Defendant's Income
Combined Parental Income
Number of Children
Combined Child Support
Choose Non-Custodial Parent
Non-Custodial Income
Percentage to Non-Custodial Parent
Non-Custodial Amount
Amount of child support to be paid on any combined income exceeding $141,000
The amount of child support to be paid by the non-custodial parent to the custodial parent for all costs of the children, except for child care expenses, health care expenses, and college, post-secondary, private, special or enriched education
Cost of child care resulting from custodial parent's: seeking work, working, attending elementary education, attending secondary education, attending higher education orattending vocational training leading to employment
The amount the non-custodial parent must contribute to the custodial parent for child care.
Reasonable future health care expenses not covered by insurance
This is the amount the non-custodial parent must contribute to the custodial parent for health care or pay directly to the health care provider.
Educational Expense
Low income exemptions
Income Minus Reserve