I just saw one answer where a woman said she just divorced her husband and was able to use her alimony and child support to prove income to get a car loan. I think it just goes to show, even more, that housewives are discriminated againts because as one, I couldn't use my husband's income as my income but if I were to divorce him and get it on paper that he has to support me because my job is to raise our son then I would have been able to? I hope this helps thise who didn't understand my point of view. A housewife should be able to use her husbands income as her income (atleast half) because she is raising a child that is equally theirs, taking care of finances, the house etc. Perhaps there should be some sort of paperwork that you fill out with the IRS or something that both partners sign stating this in order to protect housewives or househusband's rights.Answer Question
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