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Can my boyfriend now engaged list his income on a credit application of we share money?
We don't live together yet
We are engaged
We share the paychecks not jointly tho
I though I read somewhere we could under the new rules now .

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Read everything you can on this website from the articles, and questions and informative answers,  and by searching other websites. You need to do a lot of reading to understand credit.

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if you are sharing checking accounts and your over 21 you may be able to.  As mentioned above you should really do a lot reading on credit.  I would also read what the credit card company is saying about reported income.

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You're not actually married yes yet, and just because you could do it, does not guarantee morning will go sideways

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