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- Colorado Child Support Guidelines: Economic Background & Update, page 29, https://www.courts.state.co.us/userfiles/file/Administration/Planning_and_Analysis/Family%20Law%20Programs/CSE/Guidelines%20Training%20Aug%2013.pdf
- https://www.acf.hhs.gov/css/ocsedatablog/2018/07/do-parents-who-owe-the-most-child-support-debt-have-reported-income. they reportedly conducted a random sample of those obligators owing more than $100,000 and determined their income using the National Directory of New Hires. They found that 60% did not have any reported income. Another 16% had yearly income up to $10,000. Only 1% of those owing more than 100,000 had income above $100,000. The failure to pay child support is because parents cannot pay it – not because they want can pay it but refuse.