Evaluating self-employed borrower income for tax year 2022 – Episode 28
Sandra Sweeney, MGIC Customer Trainer
Evaluating self-employed borrower income for tax year 2022
Every year mortgage professionals work with self-employed borrowers to determine their taxable income. MGIC Customer Trainer Sandra Sweeney joins us to discuss how MGIC’s comprehensive self-employed borrower resource program – which includes cash flow worksheets updated for 2022 – can help you analyze self-employed borrower income, as well as pinpoint IRS changes over the last year.
The opinions and insights expressed in this Q&A are solely those of its interviewee and do not necessarily represent the views of either Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corporation or any of its parent, affiliates, or subsidiaries (collectively, “MGIC”). Neither MGIC nor any of its officers, directors, employees or agents makes any representations or warranties of any kind regarding the soundness, reliability, accuracy or completeness of any opinion, insight, recommendation, data, or other information contained in this blog, or its suitability for any intended purpose.
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.