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Old 01-20-2016, 01:19 AM
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What's the best way to show that I'm a card holder on my husband's credit card? Just scan the two cards? Or would this show on a statement?


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In the finance section, what do people usually provide for "legal commitments you have undertaken together"? Our rental agreement seems to fall into an earlier bullet point.


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What's the best way to show that I'm a card holder on my husband's credit card? Just scan the two cards? Or would this show on a statement?
Doesn't show on our statement, so we copied cards.

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What's the best way to show that I'm a card holder on my husband's credit card? Just scan the two cards? Or would this show on a statement?
We scanned the cards and also attached all the credit card statements from when he was added as an authorised contact. I also wrote a brief summary of what the credit card is used for ie. Everything.


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In the finance section, what do people usually provide for "legal commitments you have undertaken together"? Our rental agreement seems to fall into an earlier bullet point.
That is a house or a car


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Old 01-20-2016, 03:07 AM
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That is a house or a car

Well we don't own a house. Cameron owns a car and we pay for the insurance and rego jointly. Does that go in this section? It's so hard to tell what's supposed to go where sometimes!


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Well we don't own a house. Cameron owns a car and we pay for the insurance and rego jointly. Does that go in this section? It's so hard to tell what's supposed to go where sometimes!
It is part of the financial section. They basically just give you hints but you may not have everything.


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Old 01-20-2016, 03:14 AM
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It is part of the financial section. They basically just give you hints but you may not have everything.
Ok and it kinda falls in the "legal" bit? Our house is a rental so does that fall in the legal bit or not?

I think we can tick most boxes on there, sometimes it's just a bit hard to know what goes where. Spent Sunday scanning our 50 odd wedding cards


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Ok and it kinda falls in the "legal" bit? Our house is a rental so does that fall in the legal bit or not?

I think we can tick most boxes on there, sometimes it's just a bit hard to know what goes where. Spent Sunday scanning our 50 odd wedding cards
Personally I would not class either as legal. IMO it is something you have a loan to pay off that is a legal commitment or a big huge purchase (if you pay cash for the car etc)


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Personally I would not class either as legal. IMO it is something you have a loan to pay off that is a legal commitment or a big huge purchase (if you pay cash for the car etc)
Right ok. We don't have any loans or anything. Closest thing to something like that is a credit card. Only loans either of us have is student debt.


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