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How does Debt Settlement affect my taxes

A 10 part debt relief guide

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DEbt solutions Debt Settlement and its Effect on Taxes
Any money saved through the debt settlement process from the original amount you owed is treated as taxable income by the IRS (so you will owe money to the IRS). However, the amount of tax paid will still be much less than the amount of money you would have paid in interest, so it probably should not be a deciding factor when considering debt settlement help. And you don't pay the tax until after the settlement, at the time you prepare your income taxes after the new year. You should consult with a tax advisor for more information.
OK, so now that you understand how consumer debt relief affects your taxes, let's move on to part 9 of our 10 part debt settlement guide. Visit Debt Consolidation Care's website for debt help today!
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Part 9 - Learn whether or not your can be sued or whether or not your wages can be garnished.
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10 part debt guide

Part 1 - New FTC Laws
Part 2 -
Does debt settlement work
Part 3 -
Choosing a debt relief program
Part 4 - Debt Settlement or Debt Consolidation
Part 7Understanding debt settlement fees
Part 8 -
Debt settlement and your taxes
Part 9 - Can I be sued
Part 10
Debt Help - Get Started today!
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