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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Kittw1, Nov 20, 2001.
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I got your e-mail thank you very much, you have inspired me to go for it!
I hope Mr. Cooke reminded you of this...if the remaining 45% of your balance that you are not paying is more than $600, you are liable for federal, state and local taxes on the difference. Let's say you owe $2000, agree to pay $1200, well the remaining is $800-$600=$200 taxable "income." Beware.
I have never heard of anyone having to pay taxes on a negotiated settlement. Has anyone?
It is very possible. A creditor is "Supposed" to report any debt forgiven to the IRS and send you a 1099 at the end of the year. The theory is that you profited from the forgiveness of all or a portion of the debt. In my experience the information is reported to the IRS much less than 50% of the time. Much of it depends on the amount forgiven and the creditor.
Thanks and good luck...they will probably have you call me to set up your airline reservation....Good luck!!! Hope to meet you then.
Yes he did tell me about the 1099. I don't care. Trying to get a mortgage! Whatever.
As i dwell in anticipation of my call from Mr. Cooke, I too will summon the Kahunas to call him first, please post the phone number.