Amy is a stunt woman and single mom. What she wanted more than anything was to give her daughter a home of her own…
- Paystubs from multiple companies
- No set pay schedule
- Varying amounts of paystub
- Multiple w2s
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Jim is an AD and member of the DGA. He’s been active in the industry for many years in various roles.
- Multiple, W2s – Creating the appearance of a “job hopper”
- Income sources from multiple arms of the entertainment industry
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Stan is a long-time camera assistant that spends 12-14 hours a day on set.
- 80 hour work weeks meant talking to a traditional bank during M-F 9-5 was nearly impossible.
- Hiatus periods between paystubs that looked like unemployment to the Big Bank
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Martha has worked in the industry for years in administrative roles; in the development office of a major studio, as an assistant to a well-known director and with a non-profit foundation that supported indie films.
- Paychecks from various payroll companies as she moved project-to-project with her director boss.
- Different jobs that appear unrelated and inconsistent to a bank
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Mark is a highly sought-after makeup artist whose work takes him all over the country. Newly married, he and his wife wanted to realize the dream of home ownership.
- Mark’s jobs were not taking place in the state where he and his wife were putting down roots (TN).
- None of his income had ever originated in the state he was hoping to buy in.
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