How Much Child Maintenance Should I Pay in the UK?

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There are laws on the books about how much child maintenance you should be paying and it will depend on your income and how many children. You can always pay more than what you are ordered too.
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To know how much child maintenance to pay, information is given by both parents to decide if someone has to pay child maintenance, and how much maintenance should be paid. The amount of income left after income tax, National Insurance and any money paid into a pension scheme is what is used to calculate the welfare. There are basic rates depending on the amount of money you have.
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