State Garnishment Law Compare
Changes in state payroll laws can come suddenly, and they pose serious problems for payroll professionals at companies with employees in multiple states. With State Garnishment Law Compare, all federal garnishment and child support withholding laws for all 50 states are instantly accessible. This intuitive online tool lets you quickly research and compare child support withholding and garnishment laws across all state and federal jurisdictions.
State Garnishment Law Compare helps you complete sophisticated, cross-jurisdictional research that previously might have taken hours—now literally in just a few clicks. State Garnishment Law Compare’s intuitive interface enables you to select your topic(s), select your jurisdiction(s) and receive your results in an instant access chart that makes it simple to understand and compare the laws across multiple states. All results include citations, and you can easily review, print, email, or export the chart to share with others or include in reports.
Child support withholding topics include:
- Amount subject to withholding
- Applicable laws and regulations
- How to pay
- Medical support orders
- Multiple orders
- Out-of-state orders
Garnishment topics include:
- Amounts subject to garnishment
- Applicable laws
- Penalties/prohibited practices
- Priority of payments
- Reporting terminations
Also available: A unique bundle that combines State Garnishment Law Compare and the online version of Complete Guide to Federal and State Garnishment, which is authored by Amy Bryant, an expert in the field of garnishments.
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