08-26-2012 01:50 AM
08-26-2012 08:31 AM
oh no its shown on the tax returns. because me father runs its through his business that way and i get taxed less for that money than if he was getting that put onto what he already makes.
08-26-2012 08:42 AM
well the good thing is if that happens worst come to worst i can have my dad say that i work for his company saying that what i put down is my current income. which is what i put down. so hopefuly there are no rough seas ahead.
None of that will help if you get an F/R they look at the previous years tax records, which can be a pain if you have a new job/promotion/etc.
I would tread lightly with Amex for the time being.
08-27-2012 08:02 AM
They also can request your last 2-3 months of bankstatmenets, and/or paycheck stubs. If you can't produce proof of income look for hard limits or closed accounts.
08-27-2012 08:03 AM
I just got approved for a Zync, but the online site didn't give a the credit limit (or preset limit). Is there a number I can call to determine what it is?
08-27-2012 08:06 AM
Zync is NPSL unless you got an offer for a $200 hard limit or $500 with auto-pay if you didn't see that offer pop up you have NPSL, but remember the card has to be PIF by due date.
NPSL == no preset spending limit ( you have one but they don't usually disclose it)
08-27-2012 08:17 AM
Well I'll be damned.
Didn't see anything about a hard limit or auto-pay.
This is the start of a beautiful week. The last 1 year working on my credit has paid off. Goodbye sub-prime Capital One cards!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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