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What do the various columns mean in the Support Tracker? (viewed 3540 times)

The columns shown in the Support Tracker month view are detailed below.

Gross This is the total amount of your paycheck before taxes.
Taxes The total amount of combined taxes deducted from this paycheck.
Net Your total net pay after all taxes and deductions.
CS Due The amount of child support due for this payment.
A & I Arrears and interest, as entered by you.
CS Paid The amount of child support paid for this payment.
Net - CS Your net pay minus the child support payment amount. This figure is the personal funds you have left over after making the support payment.
Trk NumOptional number used to help track support payments. May be assigned by the Child Support Office when a payment is received or if the payment is made through wage garnishment.
GRN Optional flag used to help track which payments were made through wage garnishment.
% Gross Percentage of your gross income paid to child support.
% Net Percentage of your net income paid to child support.

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