How Does HUD Calculate Adjusted Gross Income?
Adjusted Income is defined as Annual Income minus any HUD allowable deductions. So, to calculate your Adjusted Income, you must first calculate your Annual Income, and then subtract certain amounts deemed “deductible” by HUD.
A family's anticipated gross income determines not only eligibility for assistance, but also determines the rent a family will pay and the subsidy required. The anticipated income, subject to exclusions and deductions the family will receive during the next twelve (12) months, is used to determine the family's rent.
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HUD calculates Income Limits as a function of the area's Median Family Income (MFI). The basis for HUD's median family incomes is data from the American Community Survey, table B19113 – MEDIAN FAMILY INCOME IN THE PAST 12 MONTHS. The term Area Median Income is the term used more generally in the industry.
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Subtracting from the annual Gross Non-Excluded Income the Mandatory Deductions listed below to get the Annual Adjusted Income. 4. Dividing by 12 to get the Adjusted Monthly Income. (Total Tenant Payment is generally 30% of the Adjusted Monthly Income.)
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AGI and Mortgages Mortgage lenders take applicants' adjusted gross incomes and multiply them by a given factor to arrive at a loan qualifying amount. For example, a lender would take an applicant's AGI of $100,000 and multiply that by three to approve the borrower for a $300,000 mortgage loan.
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