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It’s been almost a year since Derick Dillard was fired from Counting On after launching a bigoted social media attack against a fellow TLC star.

Shortly thereafter, Jill Duggar quit the show as a gesture of solidarity.

That means, of course, that Jill and Derick have two kids to raise and no visible means of support.

Derick recently enrolled in law school, and while that may translate to decent earnings somewhere down the line, it still doesn’t answer the question of how the Dillards are paying the bills these days.

The situation has prompted several and media outlets to do some digging into the Dillards’ financial situation — and we think you’ll be very surprised by the results of their investigations.

Take a look: