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Phone Call to IRS: how to pay bills with just my signature*HOW TO DO A A4V FROM IRS*

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Uploaded on Feb 1, 2012

updated if you dont have my contact info or you haven't seen my other more recent video's please dont just call me im soo busy right now i cant just hold your hand thru this stuff... do some research on your own and meet me half way. thanks good luck
Barron's Finance & Investment Dictionary: Bad debt
Banks and Corporations: open account balance or loan receivable that has proven uncollectible and is written off. Traditionally, companies and financial institutions have maintained a Reserve for uncollectible accounts, charging the reserve for actual bad debts and making annual, tax deductible charges to income to replenish or increase the reserve. Companies and large banks ($500 million or more in assets) must generally use the direct charge-off method for tax purposes, although bad debt reserves continue to appear on balance sheets for reporting purposes. Small banks and thrift institutions continue using the reserve method for tax purposes, although with strict limitations.
The relationship of bad debt write-offs and recoveries to accounts receivable can reveal how liberal or conservative a firm's credit and charge-off policies are.
Individuals: Individuals lending money may deduct bad debts on their tax return when the debtor does not repay the loan. Bad business debts are fully deductible from gross income on Schedule C for selfemployed individuals. Nonbusiness bad debts can be deducted as short-term capital losses on Schedule D. These short-term losses can offset capital gains plus $3,000 of other income. Any excess bad debt losses can be carried forward into future tax years. In order to determine whether a bad debt deduction is legitimate:

1. the debt must be legally valid
2. A debtor-creditor relationship must be formalized at the time the debt arose
3. the funds providing the loan must have previously been reported as income or part of the individual's capital and
4. the individual must prove that the debt became worthless in that tax year.
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original post:LISTEN TO 16:25 SHE QUIZES ME. they jus want to know who you are and what you know...
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2/7/12 GLP BANNED MY IP SO I CANT UPDATE MY THREAD 5:29PM

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