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my income is high .so why on my report it says low income to credit level

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Perhaps too much debt?

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If you have too many credit accounts that are currently showing a balance owed or are utilizing too much credit, then that has an effect on your credit score.It's recommended you keep credit card utilization down to between 11% and 20% for the best score there.

Have you checked all three credit scores lately?  Go to annualcreditreport.com and get all 3 credit reports.  Look them over thoroughly and file a dispute with the reporting credit bureau on all items you know aren't yours.  They have to investigate and either verify or delete the errors in about 60 days.  This little task can improve your credit score significantly  and you should check your credit reports once a year to  make sure all errors are removed.

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credit to income ratio

Why does Kredit Karma not list an additional annual income I make on my report?

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