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An estimated 3.3 million Americans with overdue child support debt could lose cash payments of up to $1,200 in the new coronavirus stimulus package, which penalizes delinquent parents. About 5.8 million custodial parents were owed child support but just 2.5 million received it in full in 2015, according to a comprehensive Census survey that was re-released this year and provides the best available data, which experts say is unlikely to have change much. That leaves 3.3 million who are overdue. Not all will qualify for money — income thresholds max out at $99,000 for an individual or $198,000 for a married couple — but many who are otherwise eligible and might be desperate for cash will see their payments intercepted.
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