Monthly reimbursement by father’s employer to father for cost of father’s health insurance represented employer paid portion of father’s health insurance premium and thus was not part of father’s gross income for purposes of calculating father’s child support obligation; although employer did not pay premium directly to insurer, father would not continue to receive the same amount from employer if cost of premiums decreased and father could not otherwise redirect amount of employer reimbursement to father’s ordinary living expenses.
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