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Lewis

25.0%

$179

8%

$358

13%

Livingston

10.0%

$72

3%

$143

5%

Madison

25.0%

$179

8%

$358

13%

Monroe

25.0%

$179

8%

$358

13%

Montgomery

35.0%

$250

12%

$501

18%

Nassau

17.5%

$125

6%

$250

9%

New York City

*

$186

9%

$286

10%

Niagara

35.0%

$250

12%

$501

18%

Oneida

35.0%

$250

12%

$501

18%

Onondaga

35.0%

$250

12%

$501

18%

Ontario

20.0%

$143

7%

$286

10%

Orange

35.0%

$250

12%

$501

18%

Orleans

35.0%

$250

12%

$501

18%

Oswego

35.0%

$250

12%

$501

18%

Otsego

10.0%

$72

3%

$143

5%

Putnam

20.0%

$143

7%

$286

10%

Rensselaer

25.0%

$179

8%

$358

13%

Rockland

25.0%

$179

8%

$358

13%

Saratoga

25.0%

$179

8%

$358

13%

Schenectady

20.0%

$143

7%

$286

10%

Schoharie

25.0%

$179

8%

$358

13%

Schuyler

10.0%

$72

3%

$143

5%

Seneca

25.0%

$179

8%

$358

13%

St. Lawrence

35.0%

$250

12%

$501

18%

Steuben

30.0%

$215

10%

$429

15%

Suffolk

25.0%

$179

8%

$358

13%

Sullivan

35.0%

$250

12%

$501

18%

Tioga

25.0%

$179

8%

$358

13%

Tompkins

20.0%

$143

7%

$286

10%

Ulster

25.0%

$179

8%

$358

13%

Warren

25.0%

$179

8%

$358

13%

Washington

20.0%

$143

7%

$286

10%

Wayne

25.0%

$179

8%

$358

13%

Westchester

15.0%

$107

5%

$215

8%

Wyoming

35.0%

$250

12%

$501

18%

Yates

35.0%

$250

12%

$501

18%

*Note: New York City has a separate fee schedule that capped the family co-payment at ten percent of family income in 2008. Districts’ Child and Family Services Plans are the source for this information. a

Since district co-payment multipliers vary across the State, families with the same income, but living in different districts may have different co-payment amounts. For

Table 3: Monthly child care co-payment for a family of three: Two children (one infant & one preschool age) with family incomes at 150% and 200% of State Income Standard (SIS) as of 2008.

Co-

payment:

Percent of

payment:

Payment

Annual income

Income Spent

Annual income

Percent of

Multiplier

of $25,755

on Co-

of $34,340

Income Spent

%a

(150% of SIS)

Payment

(200% of SIS)

on Co-Payment

District

Monthly co-

Monthly co-

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