But my previous years income i.e. 2015, 2014, 2013 monthly average is in the ballpark of this months income.
Response 1: Then use this month's income.
This years annual income was atypically higher if I was to average it out. Given that, would it be fine if I fill that as my "present monthly gross amount" which presently/december that is what it is.
Response 2: Use this month's income.
Also the form asks for present monthly deductions i.e medicare payment, self employment ... how do I calculate that as on 1099 those things are not deducted monthly.
Response 3: If there is no deduction, then you have to state zero. There are no deductions on 1099s.
Also I currently pay $350 as voluntary child support (not court ordered) should I fill that ---could it be used against me as future additional child support, since none is calculated/court ordered thus far.
Response 4: You need to put down all your expenses whether they are court ordered or not.
There is no mandatory retirement payment, but under "other epenses not mentioned above" can I include my estimated SEP contributions?
Response 5: I cannot answer this question.
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