Tax Office collects child support from delinquent fathers

September 1990
Women's International Network News;Autumn90, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p54
Reports on a scheme by the Australian Taxation Office that aims to strengthen financial support from non-custodial parents, specifically fathers. Cut in the sole parent pension; Benefits of the scheme for custodial parents and the government; Enforcement techniques.


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