Dealing with salespeople and business owners in divorce is tricky. They don’t have normal W2 jobs, and their income goes up and down depending on the year, so determining what they make in order to calculate child support and alimony is more complicated than normal. In this video, Marco Brown talks about the most common method for determining income for salespeople and business owners.

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