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A person with the care of a ‘qualifying child’ may apply to the Secretary of State for a maintenance calculation by the CMS. A child is a qualifying child in accordance with section 3 of the Child Support Act 1991 (CSA 1991) if one or both of their parents is not living in the same household as them.
A non-resident parent who is self-employed is obliged to pay child maintenance just as an employed parent is. The difference is that it can be more difficult for the CMS to gain an accurate picture of a self-employed non-resident parent’s true income, for example if they put personal expenses through their company.
The CMS will try to work out a self-employed person’s average weekly earnings from their most recent tax year. They will use the non-resident parent’s tax return as the basis for
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