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Chapter 9 Review Question #9
Name three voluntary deductions that are not subtracted from earnings to calculate disposable pay.
-Health insurance premiums (unless state law says otherwise)
-Life insurance premiums
-Union dues
-Retirement plan contributions
-United Way contributions
-Other charitable contributions
-Savings plan deductions, etc.
Chapter 9 Review Question #10
What are medical child support orders?
Under a medical child support order, a noncustodial parent is required to provide health insurance for the child by enrolling the child in the parent's employer-sponsored health insurance plan. The order may also provide for automatic enrollment of the child if the parent fails to accomplish the enrollment.
Chapter 9 Review Question #11
What changes were enacted by OBR '93 to make sure that both insurers and employers in each state comply in carrying out medical child support order?
Under these requirements, each state's laws must:
-prohibit insurers from denying medical insurance under a parent's coverage to a child because the child was born out of wedlock, is not a dependent on the parent's income tax return, or does not live with the parent or in the insurer's service area;
-where a qualified medical child support order exists, require insurers and employers to allow the parent to enroll the child without restrictions, and to enroll the child themselves if the parent does not do it;
-where a qualified medical child support order exits, require employers to withhold the employee's share of health insurance premiums and pay it to the insurer;
-require insurers to make it easier for custodial parents to submit and collect on claims where the noncustodial parent's insurer carries the child's coverage; and
-permit state Medicaid agencies to garnish an employeer's wages so the state can be reimbursed for payments made to the employee on behalf of a child who is eligible for Medicaid.
Chapter 9 T/F Question #9
An employer may be required to deduct a creditor garnishment from an employee's wage by order of the creditor:
False
An employer is only required to garnish an employee's wages by order of a court, not the creditor.
Chapter 9 T/F Question #10
Involuntary deduction are those over which an employer and employee have no control.
True
Chapter 9 T/F Question #11
For levies carrying over to the next calendar year, if an employee does not complete a new which the most recent Part 3 statement of exemptions was filed.
True
Chapter 9 T/F Question #12
Enforcement of child support orders is a joint federal and state responsibility.
True
Chapter 9 Multiple Question #9
When an employer receive Form 668-W from the IRS, when must the employer begin to withhold and remit?

a. With the first payment of wages after receipt of Form 668-W
b. Within 14 days after receipt of Form 668-W
c. Within 30 days after receipt of Form 668-W
d. Within 30 days after receipt of Form 668-W or the first date of payment of wages, whichever is later
a. With the first payment of wages after receipt of Form 668-W
Chapter 9 Multiple Question #10
When does an employer stop withholding for a federal tax levy?

a. When Form 668-W is received
b. When Form 668-D is received
c. When Form 668-S is received
d. When the IRS collection office calls
b. When Form 669-D is received
Chapter 9 Multiple Question #11
Under the CCPA, what is the maximum amount that can be withheld from an employee's wages for spouse or child support when the employee is supporting another family and is not in arrears for the support owed?

a. 50% of gross pay
b. 50% of take-home pay
c. 50% of disposable pay
d. 55% of disposable pay
c. 50% of disposable pay
Chapter 9 Multiple Choice #12
Which of the following deductions is not a voluntary deduction?

a. Child support
b. Charitable contributions
c. Credit union deductions
d. Life insurance premiums
a. Child support