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posted by Cynthia .
Rick made $33000 last year he also made $3000 selling vases at craft shows.which part of rick income is fixed income?

If he made 33,000 just by breathing and having his heart pumping, that is fixed income.

It's $3000 because that is what he gained for every shows
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