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Federal Requirements for Withholding for Ordinary Garnishment and Support

 

Failure to follow garnishment laws can be very costly for employers - make sure you are in compliance.

Employers are responsible for correctly handling every type of garnishment (wage attachment) received by their organization. This topic is limited to following federal laws and regulations as they relate to ordinary garnishment and support such as creditor garnishment, student loans, nontax federal garnishments and support. Employers must integrate laws that identify requirements for withholding when there are more than one type of debts or more than one debt for the same type of debt. Federal laws such as the Consumer Credit Protect Act (CCPA) are the umbrella providing basic protections to the employee. Other federal and state laws expand on basic requirements. Many of those laws are carried through to state laws, but sometimes state laws may not be in sync. It is the employers' responsibility to understand which is correct. Businesses are finding the total number of debts they process are increasing, even though creditor garnishment is decreasing slightly. The number of Federal agencies that use the Debt Collection Improvement Act to implement nontax garnishments increases each year. Employers now collect 75% of all support collected in the U.S. More states use garnishment to collect for overpayments of state issued benefits such as unemployment insurance. Failing to follow the law can be costly to the employer.

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Amorette Nelson Bryant

Amorette Nelson Bryant

ABryant Consulting

  • Principal ABryant Consulting
  • Recognized Wage Garnishment Subject Matter Expert within the payroll industry
  • Author of the Complete Guide to Federal and State Garnishment, 2018 Edition, Wolters Kluwer Publishers
  • Contributor to the Payroll Answer Book and California Payroll Guide, Wolters Kluwer publishers
  • Develops and conducts webinars for nationally recognized supporters of the payroll industry
  • Consulted with federal Office of Child Support and participated in creating employer training following Welfare Reform Legislation Co-author of Child Support Desktop Guide published by the federal Office of Management and Budget (out of print)
  • Provides training, procedures and research for large employers, third party processors and software vendors
  • Member of the American Payroll Association; twice chair and active member of the APA GATF Child Support and Garnishment Subcommittee
  • Co-founder of the Portland, OR Chapter American Payroll Association and the Texas Payroll Conference
  • Can be contacted at 713-302-4658 or [email protected]
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