Should you go to court for an 8000 debt to a credit card or file bankruptcy?
And what do you mean go to court or....do you have any reason to think it isn't your debt and obligation to pay? Court would only confirm what you know. And BK is very much a court procedure too...many times over.
What should you do if you had a cc judgment against you for 6000 and you paid 3000 and three years later a new credit agency has you in court wanting 8000 and says you only paid 200?
No credit agency will sue you. I believe you mean collection agency. Send the collection people a Cease and Desist letter (google "fair credit act cease desist). Then get a free credit report (your right!!)(the score doesn't matter so don't pay to get it). Then dispute the debt w/ the credit bureaus (the dispute letter will be found w/ the Cease and desist letter). Read More
Its an 8000 dollar tax credit. that's the max you can get. its 10 percent of what you paid. So if your house was 50,000 you get 5,000 in tax credit. So take the amount you paid x .1 Read More
The tax credit amount does not have any affect on your AGI nor on your taxable income amount. Your federal income tax liability if any will be reduced by up to the 8000 of your FTHBTC. If your federal income liability is less than the 8000 amount then you will receive a refund of the amount that is left. The 8000 FTHBTC is a refundable credit and if you do not have any federal income… Read More
I would talk to a realtor about this. Read More
8499 should certainly be rounded to 8000, though I would argue that 8500 is the largest number that should be rounded to 8000. Read More
No. Read More
If you received the 8000 dollar tax credit in 2009 will you need to claim it as income on your taxes?
No the FTHBC 8000 amount that your received in the 2009 tax year is not taxable income that you would have to report on your 1040 income tax return. Read More
Yes. Whether you have a mortgage or not or where you got it is not relevant. Read More
The first people to come to Ireland are believed to have arrived by boat from northern Spain, about 8000 years ago. Arguably, no one should get credit for discovering Ireland - people have been living there since the neolithic age. Read More
They would have to get a judgment against you from a court of law first. This is highly unlikely unless the debt is well over 8000+. usually they will just write it off and sell th unpaid debt for pennies on the dollars to a collection agency. Read More
Yes, according to posts at this website: http://www.cincinnatilivingonline.com/2009/02/2009-first-time-homebuyer-tax-credit-2.html Read More
A machine is currently recorded in the books of a business with a cost of 10000 and accumulated depreciation of 3000 the machine is sold for 8000 account for disposal?
Accounting Entry: [Debit]Cash 8000 [Debit]Accumulated Depreciation 3000 [Credit] Machine 10000 [Credit]Profit on Sale 1000 Read More
I have a family that bought last year 2009 using the 8000 tax credit and need to move to start undergraduate class in August. Can they be exempted from repaying the 8000?
No way would they be exempt from paying back the FTHBC 8000 amount because they need to start a undergraduate class in August of 2010. They can contact the IRS to verify this information. Read More
yes you won 15000 dollars Read More
it should be between 8000-10,000 for a healthy body Read More
To find out if you hold an account at Banco De Oro, one should call the customer contact center at (+632) 631-8000 and indicate that you want to determine if you have an account with the bank. You will be asked about what kind of account you believe that you hold (Credit Card) and transferred to the associated customer service representative (or their fraud department). If they have an account for you, then you will… Read More
If you were a first-time homebuyer in 2008, you should know about and begin to plan for a new tax credit that was recently put into place. Some details of the credit include: * The tax credit is applicable to taxpayers who purchased homes after April 8, 2008, and before July 1, 2009. * The First Time Homebuyer tax credit will reduce the taxpayer's tax bill or will increase their refund, dollar for dollar. *… Read More
To qualify for the credit you have to purchase your home between January 1, 2009 and April 30th, 2010. You can still qualify for the credit if you purchase your home after April 30th but before June 30th, 2010 as long as you have a legal contract binding you to the sale before April 30th, 2010. Read More
8000 tons equals 8000 tons. 8 tons equals 8000 pounds. Read More
Can you qualify for the 8000 first time home buyer tax credit if buying a duplex as a principle residence?
I would love to know the answer to this question! I find conflicting data everywhere. Read More
Your employer should be the one that may be able to give you these numbers for the amount of employment taxes and income tax federal, state and local taxes that may be withheld from each 8000 a month pay periods. 8000 x 12 = 96000 for the year. Read More
To calculate 7900 percent of 8000, calculate (7900 / 100) x 8000. Read More
Well, one percent of 8000 is 8000/100=80, so forty percent is 80x40, which is 3,200. Then do 8000-3200=4800. Read More
So you're looking for integer multiples of 8000. The next one is 2 x 8000 = 16000. Read More
I have been searching for that answer as well!! Please post if you find out! IRS says 8-12 weeks Read More