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    Can child support be taken out of a Supplemental   Security Income check.? 

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    Supplemental Security Income (SSI) beneficiaries who have no other source of income cannot be ordered to pay child support. SSI is a program for people who are elderly or disabled and unable to work, but who do not have sufficient paid-in work credits to draw ordinary retirement or Social Security disability. In most states, SSI benefits are not counted as income on child-support worksheets.


    Read more: Can Child Support Be Taken From a Social Security Check? | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/about_7515132_can-taken-social-security-check.html#ixzz2P9R8HOqm

    Colleen

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    There are different forms of SSI so click the link to make sure this is the one that covers you.


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