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ken100
03-01-2005, 09:08 PM
Attorney looking to hire java programmer to code california child support calculator to be used in a web page. Looking for a result similar to

http://www.west.net/~ivguy/testcalc.html

The actual formula is

CS=K [HN-(H%)(TN)]



Where CS= child support amount that is ordered

K= amount of both parentsí income to be allocated for child support as set forth in the table below*

HN= High Earnerís net monthly disposable income

H%= approximate percentage of time that the High Earner has or will have primary physical responsibility for the children compared to the other parent

TN= Total Net monthly disposable income of both parents





*Total Net Disposable Income per month
K

$0-800
0.20 + TN/16,000

$801-6,666
0.25

$6,667-10,000
0.10 + 1,000/TN

Over $10,000
0.12 +800/TN




For more than one child, multiply CS by:

2 children
1.6

3 children
2

4 children
2.3

5 children
2.5

6 children
2.625



Please email kennlaura@yahoo.com if interested.

Thanks

praf22
03-02-2005, 12:20 PM
Yes, I am interested,

can we discuss online??

MSN : praf22@hotmail.com

Yahoo : praf22

AIM : Joypat123

Regards!
praf





Attorney looking to hire java programmer to code california child support calculator to be used in a web page. Looking for a result similar to

http://www.west.net/~ivguy/testcalc.html

The actual formula is

CS=K [HN-(H%)(TN)]



Where CS= child support amount that is ordered

K= amount of both parentsí income to be allocated for child support as set forth in the table below*

HN= High Earnerís net monthly disposable income

H%= approximate percentage of time that the High Earner has or will have primary physical responsibility for the children compared to the other parent

TN= Total Net monthly disposable income of both parents





*Total Net Disposable Income per month
K

$0-800
0.20 + TN/16,000

$801-6,666
0.25

$6,667-10,000
0.10 + 1,000/TN

Over $10,000
0.12 +800/TN




For more than one child, multiply CS by:

2 children
1.6

3 children
2

4 children
2.3

5 children
2.5

6 children
2.625



Please email kennlaura@yahoo.com if interested.

Thanks



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