Alaska Child Support Calculator | Guidelines

The Alaska child support calculator is may be accessed via the State’s website that automatically estimates the amount of child support that a parent may be obligated to pay on a monthly basis. The child support paying parent’s  income from all sources, including regular income and dividend income, along with information as to how much the paying parent is paying each month in retirement payments, union dues, healthcare premiums and child care payments are used to calculate the amount a paying parent can be expected to pay in child support every month.

How to Calculate

Step 1 – Go to the web page:


Step 2 – Check the box as to whether Alaska wages are being calculated or not – this effects the state unemployment payment numbers.

Step 3 – Check the box as to whether state unemployment insurance is paid out of the wages.

Step 4 – Check the box as to whether or not you want the calculator to estimate the amount of federal taxes you pay based on income or if you want to manually enter the amount of taxes paid.

Step 5 – Enter the amounts and sources of income of the paying parent on an annual basis as set forth in the form.

Step 6 – Enter monthly credit amounts if any, including amounts of retirement payments, whether mandatory or voluntary, amount of union dues, amount of child support paid for other children, amount of child care expenses, and up to 50% of medical insurance premiums.  These are amounts that will be credited to the paying parent in the calculation.

Step 6 – Click on “Calculate Payments”.

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