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Was not sure where to post this question but I am really hoping for advice because I know many of you wise people will GE able to help me. I am being reviewed for a raise and was asked if I would consider a deal where I could get paid a set amount of OT hours per week and not be bound to work them. I am trying to weigh they pros and cons of this. If I were to apply for a loan down the road and I consistently earned this... Say $300 extra a week .... Would they figure this $$$ into my income figure? Any input/advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks a lot.

The OT scenario actually was brought up by me to them...not necessarily that I wanted that instead of the base pay complicated..but anyway...I need to decide whether I want the OT(more money)..or base pay raise.

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