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Hi everyone. Well, I am finally realizing it is time for me to move out of the one bedroom apartment and make a go of owning again. My business is successful and I have a 4 year track record. The business is an S-Corp and I am listed as Director, Officer, Treasurer etc.

Now, when I was talking to a Mortgage Loan Officer today who happened to be at an "Open House" I stopped by at today, they said in order to process everything they needed my tax returns AND the corporate tax returns. I am not liking this as I do not think it is their business to have my corporate tax returns. Isn't the 4 year stable job history enough? Why do they need to know this? I think it should be considered private information and they should go by my W-2's and previous tax records just like everyone else.

Am I being too paraniod? What do you think? Any advice or thoughts are appreciated.

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