Child support over $30,000 AGI

the monthly adjusted gross income is $31725, with the non custodial parent paying 103 in health insurance (no other expenses for children) and CS is divided 50%/50%
NC CS guidelines for 1 child stops at 30,000. is there an incremental sum for each extra $1000 earned? or should I still work it out manually , and thus getting a sum of $1585?
thank you

Correct, the child support worksheets will not work if the combined gross income of the parents is greater than $30,000.

You will therefore either calculate child support by hand (following the worksheet) or negotiate a reasonable level of child support. There is no incremental sum for every additional amount earned over $30,000.

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