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garnishments are calculated before pre tax or post tax

Hi Experts

what is garnishment and give the example of garnishment?

How it calculates on payroll processing?

Is garnishments are calculated  pre tax or post tax deductions?

Is there any documents intigrates with tax processing?

Thanks in Advance

Regards

Jagadish r

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  • Mar 01, 2015 at 01:56 AM

    Hi Jagadish r:

    I will try to explain you what happens normally on a garnishment.

    They can be Pre or Post taxes, it depends of the resolution of the judge.

    When it exists a divorce or legal complain about the expenses incurred on a child, it´s possible to go to a legal instance a ask for a kind of periodical money to support the child for food, clothes, school, etc.

    Normally, the Garnishment is required to the father of the children, however, it´s possible that occurs for a women, but it´s very strange to have this kind of escenarios.

    When the judge takes the decision, this document is sent to the father, and he has to follow the judge´s order and give the amount of money to the mother or the person that is legally in custody of the children or childrens.

    The order of the judge could include: Basic Salary, Overtime, Premiums, Bonuses, etc., and this order can be before or after taxes calculation, it depends of the judge´s decision.

    The Garnishment calculation could be in a % or fixed amount.

    I hope this explanation is helpful fopr you.

    If you have additional doubts regarding this topic, feel free to contact me.

    Have a good weekend.

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