I am not well versed in Family law, but it would appear that Florida Statute 61.30 has your answer. See: http://www.flsenate.gov/Laws/Statutes/2010/61.30
It says ;
(3) Net income is obtained by subtracting allowable deductions from gross income. Allowable deductions shall include:
(a) Federal, state, and local income tax deductions, adjusted for actual filing status and allowable dependents and income tax liabilities.
(b) Federal insurance contributions or self-employment tax.
(c) Mandatory union dues.
(d) Mandatory retirement payments.
***(e) Health insurance payments, excluding payments for coverage of the minor child.***
(f) Court-ordered support for other children which is actually paid.
(g) Spousal support paid pursuant to a court order from a previous marriage or the marriage before the court.
Hope that helps. Good luck.
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"Net income" means the net income calculated from the Florida Financial Affidavit Worksheet, Form 12.902(b) or (c), depending on the party's income level. Assuming your spouse has properly and truthfully complied with the requirements of discovery, your spouse should have filed that form after signing it under oath, and you should be able to pull the number right off your spouse's affidavit. If your spouse hasn't filed the financial affidavit, you'll either have to file a Motion to Compel or you'll have to subpoena your spouse's work or you'll have to give it your best guess. You should go the latter route only if your absolutely have to. I'm in your area, so call or email me if you have questions or need my help.
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