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Free Calculator Basic The DeadBeatSpreadsheet provides free accounting tools to help visitors determine past due child support, alimony, and other delinquent court ordered payables.   As a server-side application, all the...

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Free Calculator Basic The DeadBeatSpreadsheet provides free accounting tools to help visitors determine past due child support, alimony, and other delinquent court ordered payables.   As a server-side application, all the...

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12 Steps Less 2 This is not difficult. You can do it. To get started you will have to most likely do a little, or a lot of preparation. This is not going to be a great big giant hard thing to do. I will be a lot of...

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Calculator Progress Update February 2012 We are about 99% completed with the development work for all 3 calculators of the Deadbeat Spreadsheet. All Calculators are working.  Check out the Tutorial!  Let us know what you think.  

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12 Steps Less 2

Posted on : 19-12-2011 | By : DeadBeat1 | In : Uncategorized

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This is not difficult. You can do it.

To get started you will have to most likely do a little, or a lot of preparation. This is not going to be a great big giant hard thing to do. I will be a lot of very easy things to do. Don’t loose site of that, a lot of little easy things, no big hard things. I promise. Before you click on that compile button you will need to get prepared. You will need to feed the beast some information. You need to make a list of all the information you need. I will start this list for you point by point, item by item and by the end of this process I will have Xplained to you why you need each item. Item Number,…..
1.  Your Divorce Decree. A lot of the information you need to create your own personalized spreadsheet, can be taken right off the decree.

2. Date of Divorce Decree. You need the date because it’s a matter of record. A few things like this will really make your spreadsheet look legitimate. Which it will be.

3.  Name of Judge

4.  County and State. Different states have rules about how much interest can be charged on unpaid alimony or child support. Twelve per cent is the max in most states, but you need to know for sure what the law says in your state. It can be looked up easily.In the decree, it will state Xactly when the alimony and or child support, or both are ordered to start, and when they are ordered to stop. (They have stop and start dates.) Pretty easy with alimony as it is usually ordered for a finite number of months or years. Child support, on the other hand, may be more difficult to compute, especially if there are a number of children involved and thusly they will have differing birthdays and turn 19 on different months and years. But don’t worry, you can do it. 

Calculator Progress Update February 2012

Posted on : 04-12-2011 | By : admin | In : Developers Blog, Uncategorized

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We are about 99% completed with the development work for all 3 calculators of the Deadbeat Spreadsheet. All Calculators are working.  Check out the Tutorial!  Let us know what you think.