My ex has custody of our child. My ex is a business owner.
He purposefully does not report his cash transactions in order to 1. Not have to pay as much child support on his two kids with his most recent ex wife 2. Get more child support from me for our child.
He claims he makes 4k$ less a year then I do and I make 12$ an hour. He charges over $100 for his services. He uses a credit app for credit transactions, has an online appointment book & his website lists his hourly charges. His work is all over FB. There are sure fire ways that his lies/falsification could be easily uncovered revealing the actual annual income of $80,000+. Not only is he fraudulent with the irs but also the child support agency. Lastly, his ex wife and myself.
I don't even know where to start with reporting this.
You would report to the IRS and provide them with the information. HOWEVER, before you do this you may want to run a CS calculation and see what it does to your payment. If his income rises significantly it raises the base support amount; his percentage of the total may go up, but your payment can also go up because of the sliding scale of child support and percentage of income. Please note that the child support calculator online does not give credit for equal timesharing.
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