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There is a difference; the next lender may not look too favorably upon any SIFs, feeling the same thing may happen to them. See if you can negotiate for either deletion or reporting as a paid in full while only paying the amount you have in mind for a settlement. Keep in mind, if the amount you "save" in a SIF is over $600, the company will issue a 1099 and report it as income, and taxes will need to be paid on that amount. Good luck and keep us posted.
"Paid " and "Settle" would mean the same thing. It depends on what you have plans for, in the near future . It really wouldn't change anything ,as far as, converting it to a positive status. If paid or settle and you go to lender,they may ask you to write a statement to add to file. Good luck!!!!
Why would you owe income tax on something like this?????????????????=====
the government sees that as income since you owed the $ and didn't pay it. Go figure - no one said the tax code made sense! For example, one of the benefits my father receives as an (underpaid) professor is tuition remission for us kids while in undergrad studies and under the age of 26. However, the government now considers that "income" and taxes it! Good grief - that's one of the reason he stays in teaching, certainly not for the $$.