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NAR Applauds Legislation Eliminating VA Home Loan Cap, Protecting Vital Veteran Benefit

The VA home loan guarantee program encourages private lenders to offer favorable home loan terms to qualified veterans without requiring a down payment.

The Department of Veterans Affairs can now back loans that exceed the conforming loan limit, as a bill eliminating this cap was signed into law by President Donald Trump on Tuesday night.

The Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act allows homebuyers to borrow above the 2019 limit of $484,350 for most counties without any down payment.

Earlier this month, the Senate unanimously approved the bill, and now President Trump’s signature makes it official.

The move comes after a decades-long fight for veterans to receive health care benefits for diseases related to Agent Orange exposure, according to military.com, which said the bill will “fast-track disability compensation” for as many as 90,000 affected former service members.

In an earlier draft of the bill, the cost of these benefits were to be financed by raising VA loan fees 0.35% to 0.5% for non-disabled veterans, according to military.com.

But trade groups like the National Association of Realtors lobbied against such an increase, and lawmakers opted to raise the loan cap as a way to raise funds to support benefits instead.

NAR president John Smaby said the association teamed with other housing industry trade groups to ensure veteran benefits would be extended without increasing VA loan fees.

“Realtors support efforts to boost veteran participation in this program, but we also believe VA loan guarantee fees should be based on the risk of the loan made, not the costs of other VA programs or benefits,” Smaby said.

“As we aim to ensure our nation’s veterans have every possible opportunity to achieve the American Dream of homeownership, the National Association of Realtors has remained a strong supporter of the VA home loan guaranty program,” said Smaby. “This vital tool encourages private lenders to offer favorable home loan terms to qualified veterans and provides a much-needed resource to those who have sacrificed so much for this country.”

 

 

 

 

Source: NAR Applauds Legislation Eliminating VA Home Loan Cap, Protecting Vital Veteran Benefit

Congress Passes VA Loan Bill for Kentucky VA Home Buyers

The President is expected to sign H.R. 299, the ‘Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act.’ This legislation includes language which will eliminate the cap on the VA home loan guarantee.

Source: Congress Passes VA Loan Bill

Kentucky VA Mortgage Loan Guide for Foreclosures, Bankruptcy, and short sales or deed in lieu.

Kentucky VA Mortgage Loan Guide for Foreclosures, Bankruptcy, and short sales or deed in lieu.

 

Foreclosure and Bankruptcy Guidelines For Kentucky VA Home Mortgage Loans in 2019 and 2020


Follows guidelines provided for bankruptcies filed under straight liquidation (Chapter 7)
The fact that a home loan foreclosure in Kentucky  (or deed-in-lieu or short sale in lieu of foreclosure) exists in a borrower(s) history does not in itself disqualify the VA borrower for a Kentucky VA  loan. Develop complete information on the facts and circumstances of the foreclosure
You may disregard a foreclosure finalized more than 2 years from the date of closing. If the foreclosure was finalized within the last 1 to 2 years from the date of closing, it is probably not possible to determine that the borrower(s) is a satisfactory credit risk unless both of the following requirements are met:The borrower (s) has obtained consumer items on credit subsequent to the foreclosure and has satisfactorily made the payments over a continued period, and the foreclosure was caused by circumstances beyond the control of the borrower (s) such as unemployment; prolonged strikes, medical bills not covered by insurance, and so on, and the circumstances are verified.

If a foreclosure, deed in lieu, or short sale process is in conjunction with a bankruptcy, use the latest date of either the discharge of the bankruptcy or transfer of title for the home to establish the beginning date of re-established credit. If there is a significant delay in the transfer of title, the lender should contact the RLC of jurisdiction for guidance.

For a deed in lieu or short sale, develop complete information on the facts and circumstances in which the borrowers) voluntarily surrendered the property. If the borrower’s payment history on the property was not affected before the short sale or deed in lieu and was voluntarily communicating with the servicer or holder, then a waiting period from the date transfer of the property may not be necessary.
If the foreclosure, deed and lieu or short sale was on a Kentucky VA-guaranteed loan, then a borrower may not have full entitlement available for the new Kentucky VA loan. Ensure that the borrower’s COE reflects sufficient entitlement to meet any secondary marketing requirements of the VA Mortgage Lender in Kentucky

 

In order to get you pre-approved, I will need the following items from you. This is a free process and I will give you a copy of your credit report for free.

Kentucky VA Loan Mortgage Pre-Approval Checklist

  • one full month’s worth of pay stubs
  • 2018 and 2017 W-2′s
  • 2018 and 2017 tax returns
  • Your  VA Certificate of Eligibility (we can help you get this if needed, just need your dd214) 
  • Last two months bank statements for all accounts
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  • Link here to get your COE—–>>>>> https://www.benefits.va.gov/HOMELOANS/purchaseco_certificate.asp

Once I get the information above, I can usually get you pre-approved in one day, and get your loan closed in 30-45 days after you get an accepted offer on a home.

Your first house payment usually starts 30-60 days after you close.

Your loan pre-approval is usually good for 60 days.
I don’t need originals, copies are fine. You can fax or email  me the above documents,  or meet me face-to-face if you wish to make copies and go over your options.

Let me know your questions.

Thanks and look forward to helping you.

 

 

 

Joel Lobb
Mortgage Loan Officer

Individual NMLS ID #57916

American Mortgage Solutions, Inc.

10602 Timberwood Circle 

Louisville, KY 40223

Company NMLS ID #1364

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Using Your Veterans Benefit to Buy a Home In Kentucky

 

 

 

Probably one of the most talked about GI benefits is the VA Home Loan. You’ve probably heard of it, but have you ever thought of it using it? Learn what it is & how can it help you here.

Using Your Veterans Benefit to Buy a Home In Kentucky

Using Your Veterans Benefit to Buy a Home in Kentucky | 

Probably one of the most talked about GI benefits is the Kentucky VA Home Loan. You’ve probably heard of it, but have you ever thought of it using it? Learn what it is & how can it help you here.

Using Your Veterans Benefit To Buy A Home In Kentucky For Zero Down

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Kentucky VA Home Loan Guidelines
Those eligible for VA loans should at least look into taking advantage of this benefit
Probably one of the most talked about GI benefits is the VA Home Loan. You’ve probably heard of it, but have you ever thought of it using it? What is the benefit, how can it help you, and what’s the process?

Experience tells me that in our area, this is an under-utilized tool by many real estate agents and loan officers. Why? Because like anything having to do with the government, there are a few internal twists. But fear not—if you hire an experienced agent and have the right loan officer, you won’t even be aware of these.
What’s the Benefit?
While there are other housing-related programs that will help assist in repairing, retaining, or adapting a personal home, we’re specifically referring to the VA home loan. This type of loan is available through private lenders to service members, veterans, and qualifying surviving spouses. In a nutshell, the VA stands behind the loan, guaranteeing a portion of it, and either eliminating the need for or in lieu of a 20% down payment, as well as costly private mortgage insurance. It can be used to buy, build, or refinance a primary residence.
How Can It Help You?
  • Limited or Zero Down payment for veterans
  • No Mortgage Insurance monthly  (there is a one-time funding fee)
  • Re-Usable & Assumable by other eligible VA Mortgage buyers
  • No minimum credit score
  • Past Bankruptcies and Foreclosure over 2 years you can apply again
  • Can be used in any county of Kentucky with a max loan limit in 2019 of $484,500
  • No income limits on how much you can make
  • can refinance up to 100% of the home’s value if it passed the VA Net Tangible Worksheet
  • Very low 30 year fixed rate loans when compared to conventional loans
  • VA loans require termite inspection on all loans.
What’s the Process?
The first question to ask is, do you qualify? If the answer is yes:
  • Get financially pre-qualified by a lender that does VA backed loans, since not all banks do them, it is best to shop around and ask if the lender does a lot of VA loans in Kentucky
  • Obtain your Certificate of Eligibility (COE). The lender can help you with this.
  • Find your home
  • Negotiate the terms of your transaction
  • Apply for your loan
  • Closing

Those eligible for Kentucky VA loans, should at least look into taking advantage of this benefit.


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10602 Timberwood Circle Suite 3
Louisville, KY 40223
Company ID #1364 | MB73346
 


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WHAT IS A Kentucky VA Mortgage LOAN?

 

What IS A Kentucky VA Mortgage LOAN?

The U.S. Government created the VA loan the help those brave men and women who serve our country purchase a home. VA Loans are guaranteed by the U.S Department of Veteran Affairs. This program has many distinct advantages over traditional mortgages and has placed over 20 million veterans and their families purchase a home of their own.

THE BENEFITS OF USING A VA LOAN IN KENTUCKY TO BUY A HOME

VA loans are long-term financing options for eligible American Veteran and their spouses.

There are many benefits of a Kentucky VA tailored mortgage to help Veterans get the assistance they need to get into a home and a reasonable financial situation.

  • %0 down
    • VA loans don’t require a down payment unlike most loans that require down payments up to 20%
  • No PMI
    • Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI) is something that is required for buyers that are financing more than 80% of their home. However, if you are applying for a Kentucky  VA loan, the government backs these mortgages and does not require a PMI for Veterans.
  • Competitive Interest Rates
    • The VA guaranty gives lenders a degree of insurance and flexibility which allows them to lower rates for Veterans that may be lower than most other loans.
  • Easy to qualify for
    • The government funds this program making fewer qualifications for Veterans to have to worry about.
  • Reduced Closing cost
    • If you have a service-related injury, you may qualify for waived funding fee, this will lower the closing cost of your home
  • Right to Prepay without penalty
  • Negotiable Interest rates
  • Assumable mortgage

DO I QUALIFY FOR A KENTUCKY VA LOAN?

If you are a Veteran, an active duty personnel, in the National Guard, or a surviving spouse, then you may qualify for a VA loan. Veterans can apply with any mortgage lender that participates in the VA home loan program.

However, they will need a certificate of eligibility for the loan. In some cases, they can attain this from the lender. The eligibility requirements are a suitable credit score and a sufficient income to insure the borrower will remain in good standing with mortgage payments.

If you or your spouse may qualify for a VA loan check out your options and talk to a lender today. This program is created to thank you for your service and help you find your dream home.

 

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What do VA Home Lenders Look for on a Loan Approval in Kentucky

What do VA Home Lenders Look for on a Loan Approval in Kentucky

What are the qualification for a Kentucky VA Home Loan?

 

  • Consistent Job and Income Stability

    • For a currently serving service member, your service will immediately qualify as a stable job.
    • For Kentucky veterans no longer on active duty, you’ll want to have at least 12 months at your current job or be in a similar line of work to your most recent work. Two years or more with an employer is the ideal job history for a mortgage.
    • If you started a new job recently, you may be able to reference your previous work history, work in the service, or educational background to support the stability of your new job. In addition to standard paperwork, if it’s a brand new job, we’ll also be looking for an offer letter.
    • Some types of jobs are inherently less stable than others. If you’re receiving a salary, your income is guaranteed short of job loss. If you’re receiving an hourly pay, then there is a good idea of what you’ll likely be making. But if you’re working any type of commission related job, your income is volatile. It could be high one month and zero the next month. For commission jobs, you’ll want to have at least two years of history reported to your tax returns. We’ll then be able to use a two-year average to determine what we can use as your monthly income.
  • Good credit scores and credit history

  •          There is no minimum credit score for VA, but most Kentucky VA lenders that I            work with  will want a 580 to 620 minimum with no foreclosure or                                bankruptcies in the last 2 years
    • You should have zero late payments on either your rent or mortgage within the last 12 months – preferably having zero late payments. If this isn’t possible, focus on keeping all current accounts paid on time. Your new history will eventually bury the old late payments.
    • If you have no credit score, we can use alternative trade lines like rent, utility  bill and car insurance. 
  • Debt to Income Ratios under 41% for lower credit score, or higher than 41% for good credit scores

    • DTI will be referenced commonly throughout the loan process. This determines how much house you can afford as it’s your monthly debts considered against the gross monthly income (GMI) we’re able to use for your mortgage.
    • Ideally, your total DTI will be below 41% of your gross monthly income. This means someone who makes $5,000 monthly would want all of their collective credit related debts + new mortgage to be below $2,050 for the month. For example, According to CNBC, the average car loan is $523 a month. If you add in another $27 for a credit card, that would be $550 in credit debts + housing. So, your mortgage payment would want to be under $1,500. You can potentially be approved for more, but this would be the ideal number to aim for.
    • Residual Income requirements of $1000 or more a month for most veteran borrowers in Kentucky 
  • Your veteran status.
    • You must have at least 90 days of active duty service.
    • For Reserves, at least six years of service.
    • For veterans, you must have a discharge other than dishonorable.

How you apply for a VA Home loan In Kentucky

The first step is to get  your  (COE and DD Form 214 for A Kentucky VA Mortgage Loan) in order as well as reviewing your information to make sure you qualify. If you don’t, we can get you on the right track.

 

​Kentucky ​VA Loan limits ​​

 

Determining your eligibility and the maximum purchase price is the first step you’ll need to take for your ​Kentucky ​VA Loan. VA Loans don’t technically have a maximum mortgage/loan limit, but they do have a maximum amount they’ll 100% finance. On the other hand, FHA does have a maximum mortgage. This is an actual limit on the amount you can borrow.

Using a VA Loan allows you to finance up to 103.3% of the purchase price, with 100% going towards the purchase and the remaining 3.3% eligible to go towards your closing costs. Determining your eligibility will involve reviewing your veteran status, Certificate of Eligibility (COE), county limits, income, credit, and job stability. These factors will all contribute to your VA maximum mortgage.

The first thing you’ll need to do is to make sure you’re an eligible veteran and confirm your Certificate of Eligibility is ready for your VA Loan. If you’ve already got that sorted out, then you’re ready to start shopping for how much you’ll qualify for.

 

Text/call:      502-905-3708
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Joel Lobb
Mortgage Loan Officer
Individual NMLS ID #57916
 
American Mortgage Solutions, Inc.
 

Text/call:      502-905-3708

fax:            502-327-9119
email:
kentuckyloan@gmail.com
 
 

 

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Kentucky VA Loans: What to Know about Qualifying for a VA loan in 2019

What are the updated guidelines for qualifying for a Kentucky VA Mortgage in 2019

What is a Kentucky VA Mortgage loan?

A Kentucky VA loan is issued by a private lender in Kentucky and insured by the Department of Veterans Affairs or VA . for qualified U.S. veterans, active-duty military personnel and certain surviving spouses.

Who is eligible for a Kentucky Mortgage VA loan?

You are likely to be entitled to apply for a Kentucky VA mortgage if:

  • You are active-duty military.

  • You were separated from military service in a situation “other than dishonorable discharge.”

  • As a veteran or active military, you meet specific length-of-service requirements.

  • You are a reservist or a member of the National Guard.

  • You are a qualified surviving spouse of a deceased veteran.

In addition, there are these requirements:

  • The home must be your primary residence.

  • You must have a valid certificate of eligibility from the VA.

  • Although the VA has no minimum credit score requirement, most lenders do.

Kentucky VA Mortgage Loan Benefits.

A Kentucky VA loan begins with one important distinction: relaxed credit-qualifying standards in regards to credit scores, past bankruptcies and foreclosures

VA has no minimum credit score requirement, lenders often require scores of at least 580 A few lenders will approve loans with credit scores as low as 500 in some cases .2 year removed from bankruptcy and foreclosure is required too with a clear Cavirs number.

THE MAJOR BENEFITS of a Kentucky VA mortgage are as follows:

  • $0 down payment unless the purchase price is more than the appraised value of the property or it’s higher than the local VA loan limit.

  • Mortgage rates are typically lower than rates on conventional loans.

  • No mortgage insurance is required monthly, just upfront funding fees.

  • You can reuse your VA loan benefit.

  • You don’t have to be a first-time home buyer.

  • VA-backed loans can be assumable — this means they can be taken over by someone you sell the house to, even if that person isn’t a service member.

  • A bankruptcy discharged more than two years ago — and in some cases, within one to two years — will not preclude you from getting a VA loan.

Types of Kentucky Mortgage VA loans

Home purchase in Kentucky: A Kentucky VA loan can be used to buy an existing home or a condominium in a VA-approved development, or to build a home.

Cash-out refinance in Kentucky:VA cash-out refi replaces your mortgage with a new loan, while tapping some of your home’s value for things like paying off debt or making home improvements. It also can be used to replace a non-VA loan with a VA loan.

Interest rate reduction refinance loan or rate and term: A VA IRRRL (which is pronounced “Earl”) is also called a streamline refinance loan. You can replace an existing VA loan with a mortgage offering a lower interest rate, or move from an adjustable-rate loan to one with a fixed interest rate. Usually no appraisal or income documentation is needed for most IRRRL Refinances saving you a lot of money and qualifying headaches on a refinance

Kentucky VA loan fees for Funding Fees.

Although mortgage insurance isn’t charged on Kentucky VA loans, a “funding fee” serves the same purpose: to help lenders defray the expenses of foreclosing on borrowers who default. The fee ranges from 1.25% to 3.3% of the loan balance, depending on your down payment, branch of the military and whether or not it’s your first time getting a VA loan.

The VA funding fee can be rolled into your total loan package, but that will likely raise your interest rate and will absolutely raise your monthly payment.

Though a down payment is not generally required, putting 5% or more down will reduce your VA funding fee. And a down payment will lower your monthly payment, too.

 

Childcare Expenses

Did you know that VA considers childcare expenses a debt?

VA has given guidance that Borrowers with children age 12 and under must complete and sign a “Child Care Letter”. The lender must obtain the letter from the veteran documenting the childcare expense or detailing why no expense is incurred. Ensure that the current daycare provisions will remain logical based on the location of the new home. If applicable, the name and address of the childcare provider, should be obtained. This expense should be listed under section D, line 29, “Job Related Expense (e.g., child care)” on the VA Loan Analysis.

A “VA Child Care Expense Certification” form can be found on the Fairway website under “Forms & Documents” or by clicking here: VA Child Care Expense Certification

 

Kentucky VA Guidelines After Bankruptcy And Foreclosure On Waiting Period After Foreclosure

Kentucky VA Loans only have a two year mandatory waiting period after foreclosure, deed in lieu of foreclosure, or short sale for a Veteran to qualify for a Kentucky VA Loan.

 

Kentucky VA Guidelines After Bankruptcy And Foreclosure On Waiting Period After Chapter 7 and 13

  • There is a two year mandatory waiting period to qualify for a VA Loan after a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy discharged date and 1 year for A Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

 

New Loan Limits for VA Mortgage Loans in Kentucky for 2019
Fannie Mae has just announced an increase to County Loan Limits for 2019 in Kentucky. Effective Thursday November 29th, will allow FNMA loans to be locked using the 2019 Loan Limits.
The new loan limits are listed below. Individual Kentucky County Loan Limits for 2019 can be found on Fannie Mae’s Loan Limit Look-Up Table HERE.

 

Kentucky VA Loan Process

A list of items needed for underwriting is provided to the buyer based on the buyer’s scenario. Based on the borrower’s scenario, the process is explained which includes the items discussed below such as the VA certificate of eligibility (COE), DD-214, income verification, and more.

 

How to Get a VA Loan Certificate of Eligibility

 

How to Apply for a VA Home Loan Certificate of Eligibility (COE)

The first step in getting a VA direct or VA-backed home loan is to apply for a Certificate of Eligibility (COE). This confirms for your lender that you qualify for the VA home loan benefit. Find out how to apply for a COE. Then, choose your loan type and learn about the rest of the loan application process.

How do I prepare before starting my application?

Gather the information you’ll need to apply for your COE. Click on the description below that matches you best to find out what you’ll need:

 

  • Veteran
  • Servicemember
  • Current or former activated National Guard or Reserve member
  • Current member of the National Guard or Reserves who has never been activated
  • Discharged member of the National Guard who was never activated
  • Discharged member of the Reserves who was never activated
  • Surviving spouse of a Veteran who died on active duty or who had a service-connected disability

 

How do I apply for my COE?

You can apply online right now.

Go to eBenefits to Apply

You can also apply:

Through our Web LGY system

In some cases, you can get your COE through your lender using our Web LGY system. Ask your lender about this option.

By mail

To apply by mail, fill out a Request for a Certificate of Eligibility (VA Form 26-1880) and mail it to the address listed on the form. Please keep in mind that this may take longer than applying online or through our Web LGY system.
Download VA Form 26-1880.

 

Next steps for getting a VA direct or VA-backed home loan

Applying for your COE is only one part of the process for getting a VA direct or VA-backed home loan. Your next steps will depend on the type of loan you’re looking to get—and on your lender (for most loans, the lender will be a private bank or mortgage company; for the Native American Direct Loan, we’ll be your lender).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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10602 Timberwood Circle Suite 3
Louisville, KY 40223
Company ID #1364 | MB73346
 


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Benefits.gov Basic FHA Insured Home Mortgage Update

 

 

Source: Benefits.gov Basic FHA Insured Home Mortgage Update

Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC) has $3 million available in MRB, Special Funding, for active or non-active duty veterans at a 2 percent interest rate, fixed for 30 years.

 

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Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC) has $3 million available in MRB, Special Funding, for active or non-active duty veterans at a 2 percent interest rate, fixed for 30 years. This special funding program is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

APR 3.058% – based on $130,000 FHA loan at 2% interest rate.

This program is targeted to:
Households whose gross annual income does not exceed $40,000.
An existing or new construction property (purchase price limit $130,000).
620 minimum credit score.
FHA, VA, or RHS first mortgage options.
Households that include active / non-active duty veterans or other persons receiving VA benefits.
Down payment Assistance Programs (DAP) available up to $6,000. Qualifications apply.
Documentation may include but not limited to:
Leave and Earnings Statement (LES)
DD214 – Discharge from Active Duty
VA Award Letter
Must meet insuring agency guidelines.
Available statewide.
Both Regular and Affordable DAP are available

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Kentucky First Time Home Buyer Loan Programs for FHA, VA, KHC, USDA, Mortgage Loans in Kentucky for 2019

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Special Funding, for active or non-active duty veterans at a 2 percent interest rate, fixed for 30 years.

Operation KY Home – MRB Special Funding Program
Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC) has $3 million available in MRB, Special Funding, for active or non-active duty veterans at a 2 percent interest rate, fixed for 30 years. This special funding program is available on a first-come, first-served basis starting today,Wednesday, September 6, 2017, with new reservations beginning at10 a.m.
This program is targeted to:
  • Households whose gross annual income does not exceed $40,000.
  • An existing or new construction property (purchase price limit $130,000).
  • 620 minimum credit score.
  • FHA, VA or RHS first mortgage options.
  • Households who include active or non-active duty veterans. Documentation may include but not limited to:
    • Leave and Earnings Statement (LES)
    • DD214 – Discharge from Active Duty
    • VA Award Letter
  • Must meet insuring agency guidelines.

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Kentucky VA Mortgage Guidelines for Student Loans

Kentucky VA Mortgage Guidelines for Student Loans
If student loan repayments are scheduled to begin within 12 months of the date of  the Kentucky VA loan closing, lenders should consider the anticipated monthly obligation in the loan analysis. If the borrower is able to provide evidence that the debt may be deferred for a period outside that time frame, the debt need not be considered in the analysis.
Guide Reference – Lenders Handbook Chapter 4, Section 5, Debts and Obligations

 

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