Information for Employers-Recap
- Deduct child support payment, submit via EFT, online, or mail to SCaDU.
- Deduct the $2.00 Treasurer's Fee, submit via EFT, online, or mail to the State Treasurer.
- Deduct up to $3.00 for each withholding, which is retained by the employer.
Employer responsibilities regarding child support fall into four (4) areas:
- Report all newly hired or re-hired employees.
- Pursuant to an order, withhold income for child support and health insurance premiums for medical support.
- Remit withheld payments.
- Report terminated employees.
Employers who comply with child support laws help their communities:
- By deducting for child and medical support obligations - More than 70% of child support
collections sent to families come from income withholding.
- By saving taxpayers’ dollars
- Child support collections reimburse public assistance
spending and reduce government spending by increasing
child support collections for families who would otherwise be forced
to seek public assistance.
- By preventing and reducing fraud - State agencies use new hire employment information to
reduce over payments in areas of public assistance, unemployment insurance, disability insurance, and workers’
- By promoting a stable and reliable workforce - Employees whose children are provided
consistent support will face less stress and be better able to focus on their jobs.
- By encouraging a future skilled workforce - Providing financial stability through child
support contributes to the education and training of a new generation of workers.
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