|Fees||42 U.S.C §664 Collection of Past Due Support from Federal Tax Refunds
45 CFR 303.72 Requests for collection of past-due support by Federal tax refund offset
|Subject of Chapter||Wyoming Child Support Enforcement Rules
Chapter 3 Eligibility and Application for Services
|Policy Number||Effective Date|
|5.4||October 1, 2010|
Since January 1999, the United States Department of Treasury’s Financial Management Service (FMS) has operated the federal income tax refund offset (Intercept) program. The Wyoming CSE Program submits a file to FMS of the delinquent non-custodial parents whose arrears meet the certification requirements as described in greater detail in 9.2 Enforcement – Administrative Remedies.
Note: Only IV-D cases can be submitted to FMS.
When FMS intercepts a non-custodial parent’s federal income tax refund, FMS will forward the intercept to the appropriate State. Upon receipt of the intercept, the Wyoming CSE Program credits the non-custodial parent with the entire intercept amount; however, Wyoming CSE Program retains a $25 federal tax offset fee from any collection on behalf of a non-public assistance custodial parent.
Upon application to the IV-D child support program, the custodial parent is notified of the $25 federal tax intercept fee via A Guide to the Wyoming Child Support Enforcement Program.
|Version Number||Last Revised Date|
|2||January 12, 2017|