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All Questions: Debt
NewPosted August 23, 2016
John C Brandy

John C Brandy

CFEd, AAMS

Yes, you should inform the lender. If a payment is missed they'll write to him and presumably you'd open it, so you can perhaps wait at least that lo...

NewPosted August 22, 2016 · San Francisco, CA

If the $20k is tax-free or after-tax, then yes. If it's taxable then you should reserve some to the side, pay off your credit card and take a chunk ou...

NewPosted August 21, 2016

There are several options you have available to you. A good starting point would be to leverage your personal credit to obtain the financing you need.

NewPosted August 21, 2016

Any and All public funds you recieve has the potential to be garnished. To avoid anything like that, you need to write your student loan dept. via cer...

NewPosted August 21, 2016

Congratulations on your opportunity! A stint abroad can be a wonderful opportunity for personal and career growth.

But you are right to try to plan i...

NewPosted August 21, 2016

Well you have several options available to you that you can do. To give me best professional advice i would advise you to reach out to me to discuss y...

NewPosted August 21, 2016

I would not do this in 2016 for sure. If you take an $80k withdrawal, that will be taxed at your marginal tax rate. You can find your tax bracket here...

NewPosted August 20, 2016

I'm glad to hear that you've found a job. Since you are under 59 1/2, you will pay at least 30% in taxes and fees. Therefore, your first option is t...

NewPosted August 20, 2016 · Tampa, FL

Another Avenue you might to explore is leveraging your personal credit to obtain the financing in the form of a business loan to help you get the fun...

NewPosted August 20, 2016
John C Brandy

John C Brandy

CFEd, AAMS

You should have been deducting the losses all along, either on your personal tax return or on the tax return of a business which flows through to your...

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