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You will be asked to provide proof of self-employment as well as a 2-year income history to prove your “taxable” earnings.
Part-time income: 1-2 year history of earnings required along with confirmation of employment.
Pension income: 2-year history of earnings via cheque slips and/or bank account statement showing pension deposit.
Disability income: must be long term and confirmed with documentation.
Child Support or Alimony: can be used if the divorce or separation agreement confirms the amount though some lenders will also want to see proof it has been deposited to your bank account for last 3-6 months too
Seasonal Employment: minimum 2 year history of earnings required along with T4s and/or Notice of Assessments and employer confirmation.
Rental income: lease agreements and/or tax returns confirming amount of the rents from rental properties or legal suites.
2 years income tax documentation for part-time, bonus, or overtime to use an two year average.
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Under normal Fannie Mae underwriting standards, a borrower is considered self-employed if he or she owns more than 25% of a business from which income is derived. Any lower percentage ownership and a borrower can simply be considered employed by the firm (Yes, this is a help for co-owners of a small business – if you own less than 25% you don’t even have to read this article).
How do you calculate income for self-employed borrowers KentuckyMortgage? Self-employed borrowers who want to go the full documentation route must be able to provide the following:
Underwriters average the net income to the business owner over the past two years to obtain an estimate of total income.If a business owner suffered a difficult year in 2011, but in all years before and after income was significantly higher, then the averaging method of analyzing income would unfairly deny the borrower a standard loan.