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A non-recoverable draw is a draw against future commissions that doesn't have to be paid back to the employer.

A draw against commission works like this:

Say I work for ABC company, they offer me $2000 per month draw. I go three months till I get my first sale of $8000, so the company would pay me the regular $2000 draw, they would "recover" the $6000 already made, and pay me the additional $2000.

With that said, a "non-recoverable draw" unlike a "recoverable draw" means if you go a year without a sale you don't need to pay back the $24,000 you've been paid.

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