what does "ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME" mean in credit card application?
It's simply because the application is much neater when there is a blank that says: Annual Household Income: $___________________ instead of a blank that says: Annual income of the applicant; or income joint applicants; or income of the applicant, including income from a second or third job; or income of the joint applicants, including income from a second or third job; or income of the applicant, including alimony and/or child support payments; or income of the joint applicants, including alimony/or child support payments: $___________________
by Monte P - 5 hours ago
"household" refers to the (combined) income of the person(s) who will use and be responsible for paying the cc bill. If your parents are co-signers, add in their income. But it sounds like you would only list your own income.
by SumDude - 5 hours ago
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