Jim Untershine, GZS of LB,
051303
The tables listed below originate from the Office
of Child Support Enforcement. The data was used to provide a summary of all
states that follow.
[1] Table 11  2000  Net
Undistributed Collections (Million), table_11.html
[2] Table 10  2000 
Distributed NonTANF Collections For Five Fiscal Years (Million) (Table 6 
Table 7), table_10.html
[3] Table 19  2000  State
Share Of TANF/Foster Care Collections For Five Fiscal Years (Million),
table_19.html
[4] Table 7  2000 
Distributed TANF/Foster Care Collections For Five Fiscal Years (Million) (Table
8 + Table 9), table_7.html
[5] Table 29  2000  Total
Administrative Expenditures For Five Fiscal Years (Million) (Table 30 + Table
31), table_29.html
[6] Table 6  Total  Total
Distributed Collections, FY 2000 (Million), table_6.html
[7] Table 26  Total Assistance
 Payments To Families, FY 2000 (Million) (Sum Table 26), table_26.html
[8] Table 28  Total  Total
Collections Made By States By Method Of Collection, FY 2000 (Million) (Sum Table
28), table_28.html
[9] Table 58  IVD
OutOfWedlock 2000  Paternity Establishment (PEP), FY 1999 And 2000,
table_58.html
[10] Table 58  IVD Paternity
Established 2000, table_58.html
[11] Table 75  Total  Total
amount of arrearages due, FY 1999, Sum (Table 75) table_75.html
[12] Table 76  Total  Total
amount of arrearages due, FY 2000, Sum (Table 76) table_76.html
TOP FIVE STATES
[6] Table 6  Total  Total
Distributed Collections, Fy 2000 (Million) (Sum of Table 6) (Sum Table
6) 
California 
2,059 

Ohio 
1,411 

Michigan 
1,347 

Pennsylvania 
1,167 

New York 
1,102 




[4] Table 7  2000  Distributed
TANF/Foster Care Collections For Five Fiscal Years (Million) (Table 8 +
Table 9) 
California 
750.7 

New York 
193.1 

Michigan 
130.0 

Ohio 
99.5 

Pennsylvania 
95.3 




[2] Table 10  2000  Distributed
NonTANF Collections For Five Fiscal Years (Million) (Table 6  Table
7) 
Ohio 
1,312 

California 
1,309 

Michigan 
1,217 

Pennsylvania 
1,072 

New York 
909 




[1] Table 11 2000  Net
Undistributed Collections (Million) 
California 
176.3 

Tennessee 
71.1 

New York 
57.5 

Florida 
41.7 

Texas 
28.3 




[1]/[2] Table 11  % Profit 2000 
Net Undistributed Collections (Million) (Table 11 / Table
10) 
Guam 
53.1% 

Tennessee 
32.8% 

California 
13.5% 

Delaware 
10.9% 

West Virginia 
10.0% 




[6]/[5] Table 16  2000  Total
Child Support Collections Per Dollar Of Total Administrative Expenditures
For Five Fiscal Years (Table 6 / Table 29) 
Indiana 
7.25 

Wisconsin 
6.31 

South Dakota 
6.13 

Puerto Rico 
6.08 

Pennsylvania 
5.85 




[3] Table 19  2000  State Share
Of TANF/Foster Care Collections For Five Fiscal Years
(Million) 
California 
347.1 

New York 
90.1 

Michigan 
50.4 

Washington 
44.4 

Illinois 
40.3 




[3]/[4] Table 19  % Profit 2000 
State Share Of TANF/Foster Care Collections For Five Fiscal Years
(Million) (Table 19 / Table 7) 
Maryland 
49.6% 

New Jersey 
49.5% 

Illinois 
49.5% 

New Hampshire 
49.2% 

Massachusetts 
48.4% 




[7] Table 26  Total Assistance 
Payments To Families, Fy 2000 (Million) (Sum of Table
26) 
California 
1,336 

Ohio 
1,317 

Michigan 
1,213 

Pennsylvania 
1,078 

New York 
912 




[8] Table 28  Total  Total
Collections Made By States By Method Of Collection, Fy 2000 (Million) (Sum
Table 28) 
California 
2,208 

Ohio 
1,782 

Michigan 
1,460 

Pennsylvania 
1,206 

New York 
1,178 




[5] Table 29  2000  Total
Administrative Expenditures For Five Fiscal Years (Million) (Table 30 +
Table 31) 
California 
676.0 

Ohio 
302.0 

Michigan 
246.9 

New York 
239.9 

Florida 
216.3 




[9] Table 58  IVD OutOfWedlock
2000  Paternity Establishment (Pep), Fy 1999 And
2000 
California 
1,527,959 

Illinois 
840,796 

Texas 
660,604 

New York 
629,726 

Ohio 
431,352 




[10] Table 58  IVD Paternity
Established Or Acknowledged 2000  Paternity Establishment (Pep), Fy 1999
And 2000 
California 
987,267 

New York 
393,432 

Florida 
366,915 

Texas 
342,082 

Ohio 
322,104 




[10]/[9] Table 58  Paternity %
2000  Paternity Establishment (Pep), Fy 1999 And 2000 (Table 58 Pat /
Table 58 Owb) 
Montana 
100% 

Utah 
95% 

Washington 
95% 

South Dakota 
92% 

Vermont 
89% 




[12] Table 76  TOTAL  TOTAL
AMOUNT OF ARREARAGES DUE, FY 2000 (Million) (Sum Table
76) 
California 
15,774 

Texas 
7,887 

Michigan 
6,272 

Pennsylvania 
4,982 

New york 
3,088 

STATISTICS AND NATIONAL RANKINGS
[STATE] reports the
following statistics (national ranking) for year 2000.
[1] million CSE
profit, and represents {[1] / [2]) % of CS collections distributed to
custodial parents
[3] million TANF profit, and represents ([3] / [4]) % of
TANF collections distributed to repay taxpayers
[2] million distributed to custodial parents, and [4] million distributed to repay
taxpayers
[5] million spent in administration costs, yielding a {[6] / [5]) distributed
collection to administrative cost ratio.
[7] million spent in assistance to custodial parents
[8] million collected from noncustodial parents using wage withholding, intercepting
tax refunds, etc
[12] million total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of ([12]  [11]) million / year
[9] out of
wedlock births are changing at a rate of ([9]
 [9a]) pat / year
[10] paternity
establishments are changing at a rate of ([10]
 [10a]) pat / year
([10] / [9]) paternity percentage is changing at a rate of (([10] / [9]) 
([10a] / [9a])) pat / owb
ALABAMA
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
3.7 million (30) CSE profit, and represents 2.1% (37)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
3.1 million (37) TANF profit, and represents 25.6% (44)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
179.8 million (25) distributed to custodial parents, and 12.3 million
(37) distributed to repay
taxpayers
57.1 million (22) spent in administration costs, yielding a 3.37 (33) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
181.5 million (24) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
209.7 million (28) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
947 million (27)
total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 332 million / year
185,983 (19) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 9,009 owb / year
110,940 (23)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 8,071 pat / year
60% (43)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 1% /
year
ALASKA
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
3.6 million (31) CSE profit, and represents 6.7% (12)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
7.2 million (29) TANF profit, and represents 42.7% (17)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
54.2 million (43) distributed to custodial parents, and 16.9 million
(32) distributed to repay
taxpayers
21.5 million (40) spent in administration costs, yielding a 3.31 (36) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
55.4 million (43) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
84.9 million (42) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
569 million (36)
total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 36 million / year
8,990 (52) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 520 owb / year
6,758 (51)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 229 pat / year
75% (23)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 2% / year
ARIZONA
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
9.7 million (15) CSE profit, and represents 5.7% (20)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
8.9 million (26) TANF profit, and represents 33.6% (31)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
170.4 million (28) distributed to custodial parents, and 26.4 million
(25) distributed to repay
taxpayers
60.6 million (20) spent in administration costs, yielding a 3.25 (38) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
170.8 million (28) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
474.8 million (14) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
1,526 million (15) total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 116 million / year
185,020 (20) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 18,710 owb / year
141,108 (16)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 42,502 pat / year
76% (18)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 28% /
year
ARKANSAS
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
3.6 million (32) CSE profit, and represents 3.3% (26)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
2.5 million (43) TANF profit, and represents 25.0% (45)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
110.4 million (34) distributed to custodial parents, and 10.1 million
(40) distributed to repay
taxpayers
40.5 million (32) spent in administration costs, yielding a 2.97 (44) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
110.9 million (34) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
134.6 million (35) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
661 million (30)
total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 56 million / year
87,486 (30) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 6,618 owb / year
56,634 (30)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 21 pat / year
65% (35)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 5% /
year
CALIFORNIA
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
176.3 million (1) CSE profit, and represents 13.5% (3)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
347.1 million (1) TANF profit, and represents 46.2% (10)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
1,308.8 million (2) distributed to custodial parents, and 750.7 million
(1) distributed to repay
taxpayers
676.0 million (1) spent in administration costs, yielding a 3.05 (41) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
1,336.1 million (1) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
2,207.6 million (1) collected from noncustodial parents
using wage withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
15,774 million (1) total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 1,652 million / year
1,527,959 (1)
out of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 107,172 owb / year
987,267 (1)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 3,466 pat / year
65% (36)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 4% /
year
COLORADO
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
4.3 million (24) CSE profit, and represents 2.9% (30)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
14.2 million (19) TANF profit, and represents 47.0% (8)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
145.9 million (29) distributed to custodial parents, and 30.2 million
(23) distributed to repay
taxpayers
63.1 million (19) spent in administration costs, yielding a 2.79 (45) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
147.7 million (29) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
264.2 million (24) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
1,198 million (22) total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 4 million / year
77,258 (33) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 16,236 owb / year
66,895 (29)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 7,609 pat / year
87% (8)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 7% /
year
CONNECTICUT reports the following statistics (national ranking)
for year 2000.
1.7 million (42) CSE profit, and represents 1.2% (46)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
22.3 million (13) TANF profit, and represents 44.6% (14)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
140.9 million (30) distributed to custodial parents, and 50.0 million
(12) distributed to repay
taxpayers
55.4 million (24) spent in administration costs, yielding a 3.45 (32) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
146.2 million (30) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
210.1 million (27) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
1,328 million (19) total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 75 million / year
127,638 (26) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 7,262 owb / year
91,724 (25)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 7,888 pat / year
72% (31)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 2% /
year
DELAWARE
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
4.6 million (22) CSE profit, and represents 10.9% (4)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
2.9 million (39) TANF profit, and represents 40.8% (20)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
41.8 million (44) distributed to custodial parents, and 7.2 million
(46) distributed to repay
taxpayers
18.7 million (43) spent in administration costs, yielding a 2.62 (47) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
43.1 million (44) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
74.1 million (44) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
205 million (46)
total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 7 million / year
49,235 (35) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 576 owb / year
33,359 (36)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 254 pat / year
68% (32)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 0% /
year
DIST. OF COL. reports the following statistics (national ranking)
for year 2000.
1.7 million (41) CSE profit, and represents 5.7% (19)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
2.1 million (44) TANF profit, and represents 47.7% (7)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
30.5 million (50) distributed to custodial parents, and 4.5 million
(48) distributed to repay
taxpayers
16.0 million (45) spent in administration costs, yielding a 2.19 (51) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
30.6 million (52) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
54.8 million (47) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
322 million (43)
total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 27 million / year
77,498 (32) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 3,865 owb / year
24,551 (40)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 233 pat / year
32% (53)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 2% /
year
FLORIDA
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
41.7 million (4) CSE profit, and represents 7.3% (9)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
32.6 million (8) TANF profit, and represents 43.4% (16)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
572.8 million (8) distributed to custodial parents, and 75.2 million
(9) distributed to repay
taxpayers
216.3 million (5) spent in administration costs, yielding a 3.00 (43) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
573.0 million (8) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
753.3 million (9) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
3,081 million (6) total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 274 million / year
425,642 (6) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 51,328 owb / year
366,915 (3)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 64,230 pat / year
86% (9)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 5% /
year
GEORGIA
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
.3 million (52) CSE profit, and represents .1% (53)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
13.9 million (20) TANF profit, and represents 31.7% (35)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
318.1 million (15) distributed to custodial parents, and 43.8 million
(16) distributed to repay
taxpayers
110.4 million (13) spent in administration costs, yielding a 3.28 (37) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
327.2 million (15) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
429.3 million (16) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
2,222 million (9) total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 163 million / year
380,637 (8) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 38,817 owb / year
185,765 (10)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 19,789 pat / year
49% (47)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 0% /
year
GUAM
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
3.4 million (33) CSE profit, and represents 53.1% (1)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
.3 million (53) TANF profit, and represents 24.2% (47)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
6.3 million (54) distributed to custodial parents, and 1.4 million
(53) distributed to repay
taxpayers
3.2 million (54) spent in administration costs, yielding a 2.42 (49) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
6.3 million (54) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
10.8 million (53) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
60 million (53)
total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 7 million / year
2,096 (53) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 139 owb / year
717 (53)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 210 pat / year
34% (51)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 8% /
year
HAWAII
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
3.8 million (29) CSE profit, and represents 6.9% (10)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
4.9 million (33) TANF profit, and represents 41.8% (19)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
54.8 million (42) distributed to custodial parents, and 11.7 million
(39) distributed to repay
taxpayers
16.4 million (44) spent in administration costs, yielding a 4.05 (22) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
56.2 million (42) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
89.3 million (41) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
437 million (40)
total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 28 million / year
26,183 (42) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 16,525 owb / year
22,476 (42)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 16,684 pat / year
86% (10)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 26% /
year
IDAHO
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
.1 million (53) CSE profit, and represents .2% (52)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
1.3 million (49) TANF profit, and represents 29.6% (37)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
70.8 million (39) distributed to custodial parents, and 4.3 million
(49) distributed to repay
taxpayers
19.7 million (42) spent in administration costs, yielding a 3.81 (27) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
69.7 million (39) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
89.5 million (40) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
321 million (44)
total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 12 million / year
27,635 (41) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 584 owb / year
23,080 (41)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 1,877 pat / year
84% (12)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 5% /
year
ILLINOIS
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
1.3 million (45) CSE profit, and represents .5% (50)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
40.3 million (5) TANF profit, and represents 49.5% (3)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
279.9 million (18) distributed to custodial parents, and 81.3 million
(8) distributed to repay
taxpayers
158.7 million (8) spent in administration costs, yielding a 2.28 (50) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
280.7 million (18) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
661.2 million (10) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
2,373 million (8) total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 1,823 million / year
840,796 (2) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 191,039 owb / year
319,727 (6)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 2,555 pat / year
38% (48)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 12% /
year
INDIANA
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
14.0 million (10) CSE profit, and represents 4.1% (22)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
8.0 million (27) TANF profit, and represents 33.2% (32)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
342.0 million (14) distributed to custodial parents, and 24.2 million
(27) distributed to repay
taxpayers
50.5 million (27) spent in administration costs, yielding a 7.25 (1) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
345.0 million (13) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
432.5 million (15) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
1,223 million (21) total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 663 million / year
187,704 (17) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 33,541 owb / year
70,492 (28)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 23,105 pat / year
38% (49)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 7% /
year
IOWA
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
4.5 million (23) CSE profit, and represents 2.6% (32)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
15.5 million (18) TANF profit, and represents 35.5% (27)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
175.0 million (26) distributed to custodial parents, and 43.7 million
(17) distributed to repay
taxpayers
54.6 million (25) spent in administration costs, yielding a 4.00 (23) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
176.2 million (27) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
297.0 million (22) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
1,034 million (23) total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 37 million / year
106,347 (29) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 3,754 owb / year
85,874 (27)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 4,753 pat / year
81% (14)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 2% /
year
KANSAS
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
4.0 million (27) CSE profit, and represents 3.6% (24)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
11.0 million (22) TANF profit, and represents 39.2% (21)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
111.0 million (33) distributed to custodial parents, and 28.2 million
(24) distributed to repay
taxpayers
51.2 million (26) spent in administration costs, yielding a 2.72 (46) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
106.9 million (35) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
153.6 million (32) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
602 million (34)
total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 86 million / year
12,003 (48) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 36,262 owb / year
7,002 (50)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 6,409 pat / year
58% (44)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 57% /
year
KENTUCKY
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
11.3 million (11) CSE profit, and represents 5.8% (18)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
9.8 million (24) TANF profit, and represents 29.2% (39)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
192.9 million (23) distributed to custodial parents, and 33.5 million
(21) distributed to repay
taxpayers
59.7 million (21) spent in administration costs, yielding a 3.80 (28) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
190.6 million (23) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
253.8 million (25) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
982 million (26)
total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 56 million / year
169,657 (23) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 18,173 owb / year
114,327 (21)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 11,410 pat / year
67% (33)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 1% /
year
LOUISIANA
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
.8 million (49) CSE profit, and represents .4% (51)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
4.5 million (35) TANF profit, and represents 27.6% (42)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
197.5 million (22) distributed to custodial parents, and 16.4 million
(33) distributed to repay
taxpayers
46.5 million (29) spent in administration costs, yielding a 4.60 (12) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
198.5 million (22) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
232.0 million (26) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
647 million (31)
total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 62 million / year
198,349 (15) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 38,517 owb / year
118,916 (20)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 49,875 pat / year
60% (41)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 31% /
year
MAINE
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
4.3 million (26) CSE profit, and represents 7.7% (7)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
9.8 million (23) TANF profit, and represents 28.8% (41)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
55.4 million (41) distributed to custodial parents, and 34.0 million
(20) distributed to repay
taxpayers
19.9 million (41) spent in administration costs, yielding a 4.49 (14) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
59.9 million (41) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
97.2 million (39) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
484 million (38)
total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 24 million / year
38,169 (39) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 1,061 owb / year
33,750 (34)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 1,667 pat / year
88% (7)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 2% /
year
MARYLAND
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
10.8 million (13) CSE profit, and represents 3.1% (28)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
12.5 million (21) TANF profit, and represents 49.6% (1)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
342.6 million (13) distributed to custodial parents, and 25.3 million
(26) distributed to repay
taxpayers
109.8 million (14) spent in administration costs, yielding a 3.35 (34) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
342.4 million (14) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
420.4 million (18) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
1,303 million (20) total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 73 million / year
245,714 (11) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 4,225 owb / year
177,209 (12)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 15,926 pat / year
72% (30)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 5% / year
MASSACHUSETTS reports the following statistics (national ranking)
for year 2000.
11.3 million (12) CSE profit, and represents 4.1% (21)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
22.6 million (12) TANF profit, and represents 48.4% (5)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
271.9 million (19) distributed to custodial parents, and 46.7 million
(14) distributed to repay
taxpayers
95.7 million (16) spent in administration costs, yielding a 3.33 (35) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
273.3 million (19) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
347.8 million (20) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
1,425 million (17) total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 152 million / year
114,294 (28) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 11,922 owb / year
89,154 (26)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 539 pat / year
78% (17)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 9% /
year
MICHIGAN
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
26.7 million (6) CSE profit, and represents 2.2% (36)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
50.4 million (3) TANF profit, and represents 38.8% (23)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
1,217.4 million (3) distributed to custodial parents, and 130.0 million
(3) distributed to repay
taxpayers
246.9 million (3) spent in administration costs, yielding a 5.46 (6) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
1,212.9 million (3) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
1,459.9 million (3) collected from noncustodial parents
using wage withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
6,272 million (3) total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 327 million / year
409,405 (7) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 21,058 owb / year
311,239 (7)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 34,685 pat / year
76% (20)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 5% /
year
MINNESOTA
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
7.5 million (18) CSE profit, and represents 1.8% (38)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
26.0 million (11) TANF profit, and represents 45.9% (12)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
420.7 million (11) distributed to custodial parents, and 56.7 million
(11) distributed to repay
taxpayers
120.2 million (11) spent in administration costs, yielding a 3.97 (24) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
412.4 million (11) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
493.1 million (12) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
1,005 million (25) total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 89 million / year
142,682 (25) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 1,668 owb / year
103,764 (24)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 30,149 pat / year
73% (28)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 21% /
year
MISSISSIPPI reports the following statistics (national ranking)
for year 2000.
3.2 million (34) CSE profit, and represents 2.4% (35)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
1.8 million (45) TANF profit, and represents 21.9% (48)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
136.1 million (31) distributed to custodial parents, and 8.3 million
(44) distributed to repay
taxpayers
31.4 million (37) spent in administration costs, yielding a 4.61 (11) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
136.5 million (31) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
171.2 million (31) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
592 million (35)
total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 36 million / year
204,393 (14) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 4,653 owb / year
131,315 (18)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 7,672 pat / year
64% (37)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 2% /
year
MISSOURI
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
18.8 million (8) CSE profit, and represents 6.4% (13)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
16.3 million (16) TANF profit, and represents 34.9% (30)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
292.2 million (17) distributed to custodial parents, and 46.8 million
(13) distributed to repay
taxpayers
106.6 million (15) spent in administration costs, yielding a 3.18 (40) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
298.1 million (17) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
398.2 million (19) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
1,876 million (12) total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 76 million / year
219,569 (13) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 15,255 owb / year
166,199 (13)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 23,879 pat / year
76% (21)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 6% /
year
MONTANA
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
.9 million (47) CSE profit, and represents 2.7% (31)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
1.4 million (48) TANF profit, and represents 24.5% (46)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
35.0 million (47) distributed to custodial parents, and 5.7 million
(47) distributed to repay
taxpayers
13.4 million (47) spent in administration costs, yielding a 3.05 (42) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
35.6 million (48) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
49.4 million (50) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
182 million (48)
total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 2 million / year
17,621 (43) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 877 owb / year
17,631 (43)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 759 pat / year
100% (1)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 1% /
year
NATIONAL AVG reports the following statistics (national ranking)
for year 2000.
12.0 million (0) CSE profit, and represents 4.2% (0)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
20.0 million (0) TANF profit, and represents 41.7% (0)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
282.6 million (0) distributed to custodial parents, and 48.0 million
(0) distributed to repay
taxpayers
83.8 million (0) spent in administration costs, yielding a 3.95 (0) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
284.5 million (0) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
387.6 million (0) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
1,555 million (0) total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 158 million / year
187,007 (0) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 2,569 owb / year
121,021 (0)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 10,152 pat / year
65% (0)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 6% /
year
NATIONAL TOTAL reports the following statistics (national ranking)
for year 2000.
645.4 million (0) CSE profit, and represents 4.2% (0)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
1,080.2 million (0) TANF profit, and represents 41.7%
(0) of TANF collections distributed
to repay taxpayers
15,261.2 million (0) distributed to custodial parents, and 2,593.1
million distributed to repay
taxpayers
4,525.8 million (0) spent in administration costs, yielding a 3.95
(0) distributed collection to
administrative cost ratio.
15,360.9 million (0) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
20,932.3 million (0) collected from noncustodial parents
using wage withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
83,954 million (0) total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 8,546 million / year
10,098,357 (0)
out of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 138,712 owb / year
6,535,116 (0)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 548,200 pat / year
65% (0)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 6% /
year
NEBRASKA
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
3.9 million (28) CSE profit, and represents 3.0% (29)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
3.8 million (36) TANF profit, and represents 31.7% (34)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
130.5 million (32) distributed to custodial parents, and 12.0 million
(38) distributed to repay
taxpayers
38.3 million (34) spent in administration costs, yielding a 3.72 (30) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
131.8 million (32) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
147.8 million (33) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
455 million (39)
total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 29 million / year
42,029 (38) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 626 owb / year
31,696 (37)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 3,574 pat / year
75% (22)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 7% /
year
NEVADA
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
.0 million (54) CSE profit, and represents .0% (54)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
2.6 million (42) TANF profit, and represents 30.9% (36)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
70.9 million (38) distributed to custodial parents, and 8.4 million
(43) distributed to repay
taxpayers
41.1 million (31) spent in administration costs, yielding a 1.93 (52) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
73.9 million (38) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
104.2 million (38) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
642 million (32)
total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 351 million / year
45,130 (37) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 9,403 owb / year
33,674 (35)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 2,462 pat / year
75% (25)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 8% / year
NEW HAMPSHIRE reports the following statistics (national ranking)
for year 2000.
.8 million (48) CSE profit, and represents 1.3% (43)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
4.6 million (34) TANF profit, and represents 49.2% (4)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
61.9 million (40) distributed to custodial parents, and 9.5 million
(41) distributed to repay
taxpayers
16.0 million (46) spent in administration costs, yielding a 4.46 (15) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
62.0 million (40) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
76.4 million (43) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
186 million (47)
total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 0 million / year
14,937 (45) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 1,093 owb / year
13,269 (44)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 1,785 pat / year
89% (6)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 6% /
year
NEW JERSEY
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
8.3 million (17) CSE profit, and represents 1.3% (44)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
32.5 million (9) TANF profit, and represents 49.5% (2)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
613.5 million (7) distributed to custodial parents, and 65.7 million
(10) distributed to repay
taxpayers
157.0 million (9) spent in administration costs, yielding a 4.33 (18) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
614.0 million (7) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
758.3 million (8) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
1,921 million (10) total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 24 million / year
186,322 (18) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 16,600 owb / year
136,717 (17)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 12 pat / year
73% (27)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 6% /
year
NEW MEXICO
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
2.4 million (38) CSE profit, and represents 7.4% (8)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
3.0 million (38) TANF profit, and represents 37.9% (25)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
31.7 million (48) distributed to custodial parents, and 7.9 million
(45) distributed to repay
taxpayers
33.6 million (36) spent in administration costs, yielding a 1.18 (54) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
31.6 million (49) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
50.1 million (49) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
411 million (41)
total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 205 million / year
13,435 (47) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 12,048 owb / year
4,376 (52)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 3,761 pat / year
33% (52)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 12% /
year
NEW YORK
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
57.5 million (3) CSE profit, and represents 6.3% (14)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
90.1 million (2) TANF profit, and represents 46.7% (9)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
908.9 million (5) distributed to custodial parents, and 193.1 million
(2) distributed to repay
taxpayers
239.9 million (4) spent in administration costs, yielding a 4.59 (13) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
911.9 million (5) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
1,177.8 million (5) collected from noncustodial parents
using wage withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
3,088 million (5) total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 169 million / year
629,726 (4) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 55,295 owb / year
393,432 (2)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 7,978 pat / year
62% (39)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 4% /
year
NORTH CAROLINA reports the following statistics (national ranking)
for year 2000.
9.0 million (16) CSE profit, and represents 2.6% (33)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
15.8 million (17) TANF profit, and represents 35.1% (29)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
350.7 million (12) distributed to custodial parents, and 44.9 million
(15) distributed to repay
taxpayers
111.6 million (12) spent in administration costs, yielding a 3.55 (31) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
353.5 million (12) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
483.1 million (13) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
1,359 million (18) total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 64 million / year
360,806 (9) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 41,894 owb / year
196,027 (9)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 46,219 pat / year
54% (45)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 7% / year
NORTH DAKOTA reports the following statistics (national ranking)
for year 2000.
2.2 million (39) CSE profit, and represents 5.8% (17)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
1.2 million (50) TANF profit, and represents 29.3% (38)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
37.6 million (46) distributed to custodial parents, and 4.3 million
(50) distributed to repay
taxpayers
9.7 million (51) spent in administration costs, yielding a 4.29 (19) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
37.6 million (47) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
64.1 million (45) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
148 million (50)
total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 60 million / year
13,927 (46) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 152,621 owb / year
10,973 (45)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 22 pat / year
79% (16)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 72% /
year
OHIO
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
19.7 million (7) CSE profit, and represents 1.5% (42)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
36.4 million (7) TANF profit, and represents 36.6% (26)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
1,311.7 million (1) distributed to custodial parents, and 99.5 million
(4) distributed to repay
taxpayers
302.0 million (2) spent in administration costs, yielding a 4.67 (9) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
1,316.6 million (2) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
1,782.0 million (2) collected from noncustodial parents
using wage withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
2,643 million (7) total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 131 million / year
431,352 (5) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 59,320 owb / year
322,104 (5)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 21,858 pat / year
75% (24)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 5% /
year
OKLAHOMA
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
1.4 million (44) CSE profit, and represents 1.6% (40)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
5.8 million (30) TANF profit, and represents 28.9% (40)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
87.2 million (37) distributed to custodial parents, and 20.0 million
(29) distributed to repay
taxpayers
42.6 million (30) spent in administration costs, yielding a 2.52 (48) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
87.1 million (37) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
119.9 million (37) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
741 million (28)
total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 38 million / year
119,141 (27) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 12,575 owb / year
43,049 (33)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 31,729 pat / year
36% (50)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 21% /
year
OREGON
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
1.6 million (43) CSE profit, and represents .7% (48)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
8.9 million (25) TANF profit, and represents 39.0% (22)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
225.3 million (20) distributed to custodial parents, and 22.9 million
(28) distributed to repay
taxpayers
49.5 million (28) spent in administration costs, yielding a 5.01 (7) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
225.9 million (21) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
274.9 million (23) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
1,030 million (24) total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 104 million / year
83,623 (31) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 4,385 owb / year
55,750 (31)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 2,390 pat / year
67% (34)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 1% /
year
PENNSYLVANIA reports the following statistics (national ranking)
for year 2000.
17.1 million (9) CSE profit, and represents 1.6% (41)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
40.0 million (6) TANF profit, and represents 42.0% (18)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
1,072.1 million (4) distributed to custodial parents, and 95.3 million
(5) distributed to repay
taxpayers
199.4 million (7) spent in administration costs, yielding a 5.85 (5) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
1,078.4 million (4) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
1,205.7 million (4) collected from noncustodial parents
using wage withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
4,982 million (4) total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 1,267 million / year
240,200 (12) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 35,631 owb / year
182,714 (11)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 92,291 pat / year
76% (19)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 32% /
year
PUERTO RICO reports the following statistics (national ranking)
for year 2000.
4.3 million (25) CSE profit, and represents 2.4% (34)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
.5 million (52) TANF profit, and represents 18.9% (51)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
180.1 million (24) distributed to custodial parents, and 2.7 million
(52) distributed to repay
taxpayers
30.1 million (39) spent in administration costs, yielding a 6.08 (4) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
180.8 million (25) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
192.6 million (30) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
626 million (33)
total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 56 million / year
10,722 (51) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 10,722 owb / year
9,002 (48)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 9,002 pat / year
84% (11)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate
of
RHODE ISLAND reports the following statistics (national ranking)
for year 2000.
2.6 million (37) CSE profit, and represents 8.1% (6)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
7.8 million (28) TANF profit, and represents 45.9% (13)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
31.4 million (49) distributed to custodial parents, and 17.0 million
(31) distributed to repay
taxpayers
11.8 million (48) spent in administration costs, yielding a 4.11 (21) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
31.6 million (50) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
62.0 million (46) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
169 million (49)
total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 59 million / year
45,812 (36) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 536 owb / year
27,410 (39)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 939 pat / year
60% (42)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 1% /
year
SOUTH CAROLINA reports the following statistics (national ranking)
for year 2000.
6.1 million (20) CSE profit, and represents 3.5% (25)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
2.9 million (40) TANF profit, and represents 21.5% (49)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
174.8 million (27) distributed to custodial parents, and 13.4 million
(36) distributed to repay
taxpayers
39.3 million (33) spent in administration costs, yielding a 4.79 (8) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
178.6 million (26) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
198.9 million (29) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
701 million (29)
total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 123 million / year
171,195 (22) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 7,450 owb / year
124,014 (19)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 4,794 pat / year
72% (29)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 6% /
year
SOUTH DAKOTA reports the following statistics (national ranking)
for year 2000.
1.0 million (46) CSE profit, and represents 3.7% (23)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
1.5 million (47) TANF profit, and represents 9.1% (54)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
27.1 million (52) distributed to custodial parents, and 16.4 million
(34) distributed to repay
taxpayers
7.1 million (52) spent in administration costs, yielding a 6.13 (3) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
38.7 million (45) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
51.3 million (48) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
112 million (51)
total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 2 million / year
11,645 (49) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 491 owb / year
10,663 (46)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 549 pat / year
92% (4)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 1% /
year
TENNESSEE
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
71.1 million (2) CSE profit, and represents 32.8% (2)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
5.5 million (31) TANF profit, and represents 17.5% (52)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
216.9 million (21) distributed to custodial parents, and 31.3 million
(22) distributed to repay
taxpayers
55.8 million (23) spent in administration costs, yielding a 4.45 (16) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
232.9 million (20) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
314.5 million (21) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
1,497 million (16) total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 86 million / year
175,938 (21) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 70,360 owb / year
111,133 (22)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 73,960 pat / year
63% (38)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 28% /
year
TEXAS
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
28.3 million (5) CSE profit, and represents 3.2% (27)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
31.9 million (10) TANF profit, and represents 38.8% (24)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
882.5 million (6) distributed to custodial parents, and 82.4 million
(7) distributed to repay
taxpayers
207.4 million (6) spent in administration costs, yielding a 4.65 (10) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
881.5 million (6) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
1,022.9 million (6) collected from noncustodial parents
using wage withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
7,887 million (2) total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 1,203 million / year
660,604 (3) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 143,211 owb / year
342,082 (4)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 53,132 pat / year
52% (46)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 16% /
year
UTAH
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
.8 million (50) CSE profit, and represents .8% (47)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
5.2 million (32) TANF profit, and represents 27.2% (43)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
98.9 million (36) distributed to custodial parents, and 19.2 million
(30) distributed to repay
taxpayers
37.0 million (35) spent in administration costs, yielding a 3.19 (39) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
98.7 million (36) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
130.1 million (36) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
380 million (42)
total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 14 million / year
31,453 (40) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 2,968 owb / year
30,024 (38)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 897 pat / year
95% (2)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 11% /
year
VERMONT
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
1.8 million (40) CSE profit, and represents 5.9% (15)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
2.9 million (41) TANF profit, and represents 32.5% (33)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
29.9 million (51) distributed to custodial parents, and 8.8 million
(42) distributed to repay
taxpayers
10.3 million (50) spent in administration costs, yielding a 3.76 (29) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
31.2 million (51) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
47.5 million (52) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
90 million (52)
total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 2 million / year
11,280 (50) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 1,395 owb / year
10,035 (47)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 924 pat / year
89% (5)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 3% /
year
VIRGIN ISLANDS reports the following statistics (national ranking)
for year 2000.
.4 million (51) CSE profit, and represents 5.9% (16)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
.2 million (54) TANF profit, and represents 20.6% (50)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
6.7 million (53) distributed to custodial parents, and .8 million (54) distributed to repay
taxpayers
5.3 million (53) spent in administration costs, yielding a 1.41 (53) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
6.9 million (53) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
8.9 million (54) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
0 million (54)
total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 0 million / year
0 (54) out of
wedlock births are changing at a rate of 0 owb
/ year
0 (54) paternity
establishments are changing at a rate of 0 pat
/ year
0% (54)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate
of
VIRGINIA
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
5.1 million (21) CSE profit, and represents 1.6% (39)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
16.8 million (15) TANF profit, and represents 46.2% (11)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
311.4 million (16) distributed to custodial parents, and 36.4 million
(19) distributed to repay
taxpayers
79.4 million (18) spent in administration costs, yielding a 4.38 (17) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
313.0 million (16) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
420.7 million (17) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
1,736 million (14) total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 128 million / year
270,038 (10) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 28,983 owb / year
221,951 (8)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 6,742 pat / year
82% (13)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 6% /
year
WASHINGTON
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
2.8 million (35) CSE profit, and represents .6% (49)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
44.4 million (4) TANF profit, and represents 48.0% (6)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
456.0 million (10) distributed to custodial parents, and 92.7 million
(6) distributed to repay
taxpayers
129.4 million (10) spent in administration costs, yielding a 4.24 (20) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
456.4 million (10) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
603.6 million (11) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
1,823 million (13) total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 143 million / year
153,061 (24) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 414 owb / year
144,898 (15)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 4,996 pat / year
95% (3)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 4% /
year
WEST VIRGINIA reports the following statistics (national ranking)
for year 2000.
10.4 million (14) CSE profit, and represents 10.0% (5)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
1.7 million (46) TANF profit, and represents 10.3% (53)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
104.2 million (35) distributed to custodial parents, and 16.1 million
(35) distributed to repay
taxpayers
31.2 million (38) spent in administration costs, yielding a 3.86 (26) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
113.4 million (33) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
141.0 million (34) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
532 million (37)
total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 99 million / year
70,621 (34) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 9,078 owb / year
52,531 (32)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 6,176 pat / year
74% (26)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 1% /
year
WISCONSIN
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
6.5 million (19) CSE profit, and represents 1.2% (45)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
19.3 million (14) TANF profit, and represents 44.5% (15)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
525.8 million (9) distributed to custodial parents, and 43.2 million
(18) distributed to repay
taxpayers
90.1 million (17) spent in administration costs, yielding a 6.31 (2) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
511.6 million (9) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
890.8 million (7) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
1,905 million (11) total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 491 million / year
194,411 (16) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 25,520 owb / year
153,808 (14)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 21,691 pat / year
79% (15)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 1% /
year
WYOMING
reports the following statistics (national ranking) for year
2000.
2.6 million (36) CSE profit, and represents 6.9% (11)
of child support collections distributed to custodial
parents
1.2 million (51) TANF profit, and represents 35.5% (28)
of TANF collections distributed to repay
taxpayers
38.5 million (45) distributed to custodial parents, and 3.4 million
(51) distributed to repay
taxpayers
10.7 million (49) spent in administration costs, yielding a 3.93 (25) distributed collection to administrative cost
ratio.
37.6 million (46) spent in assistance to custodial
parents
49.1 million (51) collected from noncustodial parents using wage
withholding, intercepting tax refunds, etc
239 million (45)
total arrearages owed by NCPs are changing at a rate of 1 million / year
14,986 (44) out
of wedlock births are changing at a rate of 215 owb / year
8,996 (49)
paternity establishments are changing at a rate of 575 pat / year
60% (40)
paternity percentage is changing at a rate of 3% /
year