Training

Self-Employed Borrowers – Focus on Partnerships and S Corporations

60 minutes

Categories: Self-employed borrowers | Income | Skill-based

Once you've learned the basics of building qualifying income from the tax returns of self-employed borrowers, you'll be ready to take your knowledge to the next level with this session that zeroes in on evaluating Partnerships (Form 1065) and S Corporations (Form 1120-S). Regardless of the type of business, we'll teach you how to document, then calculate and finally, analyze the following:

  • Percentage of ownership and the impact on required documentation
  • Stability of K-1 income by evaluating distributions and/or liquidity
  • Impact of mortgage and notes payable in less than 1 year on qualifying income
  • Income trends year-over-year and, possibly, year-to-date

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Sandra Sweeney

Senior Customer Trainer and Training Program Designer

Sandra Sweeney

With over 35 years of experience, Sandra Sweeney is a mortgage industry veteran. She has a deep understanding of and appreciation for the various roles in the industry after having worked in operations, loan origination, underwriting, and management.

Now a senior customer trainer and program designer, she facilitates many of MGIC's national webinar courses. Sandra’s live and on-demand webinars focus on critical industry subjects such as the fundamentals of the mortgage process, how MI works, topics involving self-employed borrowers, how to review an appraisal, and more.

You can see Sandra in action throughout MGIC’s on-demand video series called Magic Minutes. These 15-minute tutorials help mortgage industry pros expand their knowledge on important topics like evaluating and calculating borrowers’ income.

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