There are many questions surrounding the surrogacy process as a whole but specifically around the concept of surrogate compensation. One of the most common questions we receive is: How much do surrogates get paid? Our gestational carrier compensation package is one of the most generous in the field, from $44,000 to $62,000. The range can vary according to individual circumstances. You can estimate how much you could earn through surrogacy with surrogacy compensation calculator below.
Factors which may impact surrogate mother compensation can include geographic location, the type of pregnancy (e.g. twins), and prior surrogate mother experience. Experienced surrogates are highly encouraged to apply to receive additional compensation and can be eligible to receive up to $10,000 in additional pay. Scroll down to view the additional benefits that are available.
In order to help visualize what is included in a surrogate compensation package, we have provided the below chart that breaks down what is included in monthly installments and various additional benefits such as compensation for multiples and pumping breast milk.
More than anything, we know that we can compensate you, but never repay you for the gift you’ve chosen to give to intended parents. While we strive to be the highest paying surrogacy agency, the financial reward that comes along with surrogacy does not compare to the reward of helping build a family through your commitment, courage and generosity.
Unlike other countries such as England, the majority of surrogacy matches in the United States are paid arrangements. That is to say, most US surrogates receive compensation for the very valuable service they provide. Although payment amounts among independent matches vary greatly and are hard to speculate, the majority of the reputable surrogacy agencies offer women interested in becoming a surrogate mother a package valued between $24,000 to $45,000.
Taxation is one of the oldest hot-button issues to still regularly confront our society today. Each time that there is a new, potentially taxable aspect of our personal or professional lives, there is controversy. 1099s, which are forms that are issued to report certain types of taxable income, have been a thorny issue among egg donors and surrogates for years.