if so, what statute would it be under ? If not why not?
Family Law Attorney
Income for child support purposes is defined in Florida Statute 61.30(2)(a), and the definition includes just about everything, so yes, if the things you listed are resulting in money coming to a person, they would qualify. But if they are just benefits (e.g., someone gets 10 days vacation per year), they would not count as income.
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