Definitions for "Imputed Income"
Keywords:  fringe, taxable, irs, stanford, gic
The dollar value of certain benefits such as coverage for a domestic partner that is viewed by the IRS as taxable income to the employee. Stanford reports the imputed income on your W-2 and this amount is added to other compensation.
This is the income that the judge assigns you to figure out child support, even if you do not work.This happens if the parent that pays refuses to work, or if there is no proof of his or her income.
Income that is from fringe benefits, gifts, or previous employment.