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Re: When You Apply.. What Income Do You Use?

I always put my base salary minus any bonuses since they fluctuate depends on the year.




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Re: When You Apply.. What Income Do You Use?

"When you guys apply for a credit card.. Do you ever use your combined household income? Or just your personal income... Are you allowed to use your household income?"

 

Just live alone and never marry...then they're the same thing.  Smiley Very Happy

 

 

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Re: When You Apply.. What Income Do You Use?


TheConductor wrote:

"When you guys apply for a credit card.. Do you ever use your combined household income? Or just your personal income... Are you allowed to use your household income?"

 

Just live alone and never marry...then they're the same thing.  Smiley Very Happy

 

 


Im actually proposing to my girlfriend tonight haha... BUT before we get married im going to run a credit check on her first Smiley LOL She has to have low util and a min fico of 640 haha Smiley Tongue

Goal: 700 and an Amex Card!

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