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Credit Card App. Question

My wife is about to apply for the CITI Simplicity Visa. She is retired. She receives her monthly pension and SS benefits. She also receives a monthly check from a Trust.


The application asks for:


Annual Salary and Wages   -  Should I enter "0" here since she doesn't work and ...

Other Annual Income -              ... enter the above income here?



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Re: Credit Card App. Question

You can leave the Annual Salary/Wages blank or zero.


In the section for Other Income, indicate the full amount of Retirement, Social Security and other sources income.

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