I am worried right now that my husband's recent employment history coupled with the fact that most of my income is in cash will end up making them feel like our home isn't stable enough. He has been doing home health care over the past few years which can be tricky since people improve and don't need care so it looks like he's switched jobs a bunch. And then for the last 3ish weeks, he has been unemployed since the company he was working for didn't have any other clients at the time that needed care. He just got hired on at a local youth group home working with their drug rehab program so I'm hoping that will look good enough to counter the unpredictable job history.
As for me, I nanny and get paid cash and then with my doula business, I usually get paid with a personal check. I'm curious if there is anyone else out there with a similar situation. We are supposed to provide check stubs but that's just not something either of us have. I know I'll probably have to call our specialist to find out for sure, but do you think that a copy of our bank statement and/or the images of checks/deposits that came from our salaries would be sufficient?
We always make ends meet with money to spare and I am hoping that is all they are really looking at. Any help or advice would be super super appreciated!!!