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Child Care Providers Deduction of Union Dues from child care subsidy payments

Child Care Providers Deduction of Union Dues from child care subsidy payments

The purpose of the Local Commissioners Memorandum is to inform social services districts (SSD), other than New York City (NYC), of the implementation of the deduction of union dues/fees from child care subsidy payments made to providers of family day care, group family day care, legally-exempt in-home and legally-exempt family child care.

 

Implementation of the deduction of union dues/fees from each child care subsidy payment made to eligible providers is scheduled to start with checks produced on January 3, 2012. 

 

During each calendar year, BICS will deduct up to two percent (2%) from each child care subsidy payment made to eligible providers up to the annual maximum allowable union dues/fees deduction amount of $690 for each provider. Each provider check will include contact information for CSEA if the providers or SSD have questions about the union dues/fees deductions.

For more information, click here.11-OCFS-LCM-13

 

 

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