Employers help support families by sending wages from
employees directly to Child Support Services. This provides families with
consistent payments that make sure children are financially supported.
Child Support Services sends income withholding orders
through the mail, fax, or electronically. Read more about processing
income withholding orders.
Report an Individual is not an Employee or Terminated
When an individual is not an employee or is terminated,
employers complete the Notification of employment Termination or Income Status
section on the income withholding order and return the order through one of the
About the Electronic Income Withholding Orders Program
Your organization can receive and respond to income
withholding orders electronically through the Electronic
Income Withholding Order (e-IWO) program. This saves your business
time and money, as there is no cost to participate.
You can choose to participate by:
For more information, or to enroll in the e-IWO program,
visit the Electronic
Income Withholding Orders (e-IWO) site.
Employers submit payments to Child Support Services by check
or electronic funds transfer.
Payments by check are payable to Idaho Child Support
Receipting. Payments for multiple individuals can be made with the same check;
however, the following identifying information must be included for each
individual to apply the payment to the correct individual’s account:
A case number
The amount to apply
If an incorrect case number is provided to Child Support
Services and the payment is disbursed to another individual, employers are
liable to recover these funds.