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PassingFair Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Aug-06-09 09:04 AM
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20. I'm talking about owing tax on a "short sale".
The difference is taxed.

At least it is here in Michigan.
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  - LMAO! Your response summed up my feelings exactly.  glinda   Aug-05-09 10:54 PM   #14 
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  - Interesting. I didn't know that. nt  pnwmom   Aug-05-09 07:18 PM   #4 
  - And by some miracle, that "Depression legislation" was never repealed.  JDPriestly   Aug-05-09 10:21 PM   #9 
  - What if you take a home equity boat and buy a boat...  WriteDown   Aug-05-09 10:46 PM   #12 
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     - Sorry...  WriteDown   Aug-06-09 08:18 AM   #16 
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           - A lot of fallacies here.  WriteDown   Aug-06-09 11:56 AM   #22 
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  - Not all states allow you to avoid the tax burden though...  WriteDown   Aug-05-09 10:45 PM   #11 
  - But the difference is still taxed, yes?  PassingFair   Aug-06-09 08:44 AM   #18 
     - I believe property tax is appealable in all states  slackmaster   Aug-06-09 08:59 AM   #19 
     - I'm talking about owing tax on a "short sale".  PassingFair   Aug-06-09 09:04 AM   #20 
     - Because the forgiven deficiency is taxed as income, that is an incentive to walk away sooner  FarCenter   Aug-06-09 12:12 PM   #24 
        - Same with your car...  WriteDown   Aug-06-09 12:16 PM   #25 
           - With an auto loan, the lender can come after your assets and income  FarCenter   Aug-06-09 03:05 PM   #26 
              - The same can be done with a mortgage in many states..  WriteDown   Aug-06-09 05:55 PM   #27 
                 - Correct, but the states of CA, AZ, NV and FL are "non-recourse" mortgage states  FarCenter   Aug-06-09 09:01 PM   #29 
  - If you lose your job, you will likely lose your house.  PassingFair   Aug-06-09 08:42 AM   #17 
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  - First sentence of the article is misleading.  spooky3   Aug-05-09 08:45 PM   #8 
  - Eff them and their crystal ball  Blandocyte   Aug-05-09 10:40 PM   #10 
 

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