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Crossdivided
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Non-taxable income +25% annual income

Could've sworn I read this somewhere concerning annual income computation but can't find it now, naturally lol...

I thought it was customary to add 25% to nontaxable income...or did I just dream that?
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DaBears
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Re: Non-taxable income +25% annual income

You have me shaking my head!!!!

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Crossdivided
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Re: Non-taxable income +25% annual income

Gross income equivalent ie 30k nontaxable = 40k taxable income.

I know I've seen it somewhere but maybe it's not relevant to credit. I can't recall exactly I must be getting old -sigh-
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StartingOver10
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Re: Non-taxable income +25% annual income

I have seen it used when qualifying for a mortgage but I don't know if it applies to anything else

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Re: Non-taxable income +25% annual income

Ah ok that must be where I saw it...over on the mortgage forums (which is where this thread probably should have been in the first place...sorry guys).
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Shogun
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Re: Non-taxable income +25% annual income

Never heard of such a thing.  I guess I need to spend more time over in the mortgage threads.


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