CSA Cost to Taxpayers Report from PIR

PIR Research - Community Awareness Project

CSA The cost to the taxpayer – PIR (click to download) PIR analysis of the latest government figures released on the Child Support Agency clearly demonstrate the undisclosed burden on taxpayers created by the child support scheme. A project which began with high ideals has turned into a costly endeavour with no tangible benefits for children […]

CSA research into Family Incomes before and after Separation

Client Research Unit - Child Support Agency

CSA Family Income before-after separation July 2001 TABLES DEMONSTRATING FAMILY INCOME BEFORE AND AFTER SEPARATION

Estimating the Costs of Contact for Non-resident Parents

Paul Henman & Kyle Mitchell

The research establishes that the costs of exercising contact will often be relatively high. For
example, where contact with one child is for 20% of the nights of the year, the cost of this
contact represents about 40% of the total yearly costs of raising that child in an intact couple
household with a medium income, and more than half the total yearly costs of that child in a
household with a low income.