Tulsa Attorney BlogWhat is “Earned Income” for Determining Child Support in Oklahoma?

Earned Income Is Any Income Received from a Job or Self-Employment

attorney in OklahomaVideo Transcribed:  What is earned income for determining child support in Oklahoma? I’m Oklahoma attorney James Wirth and I’m doing a series related to Oklahoma child support, this video is covering one of the definitions. Those definitions are statutory. They’re in Oklahoma law.

You can find it in Title 43, Section 118b. And now we’re looking at Subsections A2, which is earned income. Earned income is defined as income received from labor or the sale of goods or services that include but is not limited to, salaries, wages, tips, commissions, bonuses, severance pay, and military pay, including hostile fire or imminent danger pay, combat pay, family separation pay, or hardship duty location pay.

So all of those things are earned income for the purposes of determining child support. That is wages, money that you earn based on labor or sales of goods and things. If you’ve got any questions about child support in Oklahoma, you’re going to want to talk to an attorney about that privately, confidentially. To get that scheduled with somebody at my office you can go online to makelaweasy.com.

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