Evidence was sufficient to support trial court’s imputation of income to wife, for purposes of calculating alimony award in proceeding for dissolution of marriage; wife claimed she was unable to work full‑time due to debilitating, progressive, and observable medical conditions, no physician found wife to be medically disabled, and competent substantial evidence, including testimony of vocational expert, supported findings that wife was able to earn $15,196.00 annually in available jobs accommodating her medical limitations without any additional credentials, and between $15,000.00 and $20,000.00 a year in suitable available jobs after receiving vocational skills training and rehabilitation.
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