Annual income is the amount of money earned by an individual over a calender year. For ex: Mr. X makes $6000 per month then his annual income is $72000/-
An ex-husband has no legal rights in his ex-wife's income. All spousal rights end with the divorce unless covered by a court order.An ex-husband has no legal rights in his ex-wife's income. All spousal rights end with the divorce unless covered by a court order.An ex-husband has no legal rights in his ex-wife's income. All spousal rights end with the divorce unless covered by a court order.An ex-husband has no legal rights in his ex-wife's income. All spousal rights end with the divorce unless covered by a court order.
Well, the only child support I ever receive is when my ex files his income taxes once a year. The government takes it and send the courts what is owed to me, and the court sends the amount to me.
The income of your ex-spouse's partner is irrelevant to child support; only your ex-spouses income counts.
No, not the whole household's income, just the ex-spouse's income. If he/she is remarried the new spouse's income does not count. Only the biological parents pay for their child.
Out standing income is an income which have not been received yet eventhoug the event been incurredex: mr A is agree to pay the sum of 1000Rs every month as a commission , he actually paid for 10 months, still he required to pay 2 months at the year end eventhough he not paid yet. balance of rs 2000 becomes an out standing income(current asset)cash a/c dr 8000outstanding income a/c dr 2000To Commission A/c 10000 Accrued income is an income which has been accumulated or accrued irrestpective to actual Receipt, which means event incurred but cash not yet receivedEx: Interest on Fixed deposits: on the day of investments fixed deposits a/c dr 10000To Cash/Bank a/c 10000 end of the year Accrued interest 1000tO income from Fixed Deposits 1000(10%interest) Fixed deposit value at the end of year 11000
Probably not. He isn't responsible for his stepchild.
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Look at the financials for the sub's reported income. Multiply that number by the percentage of ownership by the parent. Calculate your adjustments to bring the subs accounts to fair value, and add or subtract them as needed from the parent's share. This number will be the income from sub. Ex: Sub's reported income: 3,000,000 Parents share 30%: 900,000 Disposal of Fair Value Adjustments Inventory: (300,000) OCA: 60,000 Equipment: (45,000) Notes Pay.: (12,000) Income From Sub : 900,000 - 300,000 + 60,000 - 45,000 - 12,000 = 603,000
No, it is a stock measure, as in, it is measured at a given point in time. Income on the other hand IS a flow measure, you must specify a time period for it ex. income per month or per year.
husbands income does not count and is irrelevant
My ex girlfriend is having 0ne ~*~*~* she's 17
no there is not a law
No, but the court can.
In some states, 20% of your income can be used. see link
If you files jointly for that year I think they can hit you both until paid
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every four years there are winter. Ex: 2000-summer, 2002-winter, 2004-summer, 2006-winter...
A person can find out an ex wives income by going to court and requesting the information if it concerns child support or other litigation. If there is no litigation involved, there is no way to get the information.
I think he and his ex share custody of them.
the month, day and year the same number !(; like ex:11/11/11
a leap is what it happen in every 4 years.In leap year there is 29 days in february otherwise 28.Ex;2004,o8,12 is a leap year.
No, it is not attachable.