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May 1st, 2019, 02:29 PM   #1
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annual income

You and your partner have combined gross annual income of \$105000
Your mortgage payment is \$875/month.
heating oil average \$165/month
and property tax are \$2700 annually
other monthly expenses total approximately \$1150

a) calculate the GDS ratio and TDS ratio

b) you are considering moving to larger home and taking on a bigger mortgage. are you in a good position to do this? Explain.

PLEASE HELP

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