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Aliiiii Tue 08-Mar-16 17:03:36

I have had a standard letter today saying my arrangement is ending in September as the CSA scheme is being replaced by a government one
Now that's fine and I've read the leaflet with the options
I phone CMS to clarify a few issues and have been told that the amount I receive each month will now be based on my exs NET income and the percentage will now be 12% and not 15%
By my calculations I will lose around £100 a month!
Now I don't have the greatest relationship with the ex who would pay nothing ( and has in the past and this has involved attachments of earnings etc)
Am I understanding this correctly????

HerRoyalNotness Tue 08-Mar-16 17:15:06

Csa is based on net the new one is based on gross from what I understand, that's why the % is smaller

HerRoyalNotness Tue 08-Mar-16 17:19:20

Some info here


Aliiiii Tue 08-Mar-16 17:32:28

Ah so I was wrong lol
Thanks so much, that calculator makes it much easier!

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