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on line 92 where they ask what is my parent's current net worth, does this include their retirement savings? i put in double the amount last year and i am trying to amend it. i'm not sure how low i can go with it.how soon after closing will i get my money?
my grandfather passed away, and left his properties to be sold, i guess as an estate would be the way to say it. the people are buying his house are closing on the 30th of november. my uncle (executor of the will) says as soon as he gets the money from the buyers lender, he is going to distribute it. since we are in need of the money, i was wondering how long after closing will he physically have the money? either in the estates bank account, check, or however. i mean, is it days? weeks? hours? my grandfather passed in feb. 2010, and it seems like its been the waiting process forever now with no one ever knowing how long it will be if anyone has the answer, i would greatly appreciate it thanks!buying a for sale by owner house - offer letter?
i found a for fsbo house to buy and am planning to use a real estate attorney to review or to draw up a contract. my question is about the offer letter. i have financing, and know that title and inspection are the other things i need to worry about after that. the sellers are using a standard offer letter form that they got from office max or whatever, so not much detail. i have heard that you need a real estate attny to look over the purchase and sale agreement but what about the offer? i don't want to leave something giant out of there and then end up regretting it later. can anyone tell me if there are specific things that i should put in there in addition to the basics that i mentioned above? my listing agent mentioned having stipulations on earnest money, what happens if a timeline is not met for inspection or whatever, etc. i am wondering if there is anything else that i need to worry about thank you!i recently filed in fl chpt 7 bankruptcy due to my home & the trustee stated a request to dismiss for abuse?
after speaking w several lawyers, my cpa & real estate agents it was determined that my adjustable rate mortgage & $15k in credit debt soon to be followed with $40k repayment in student loans .bankruptcy is my best bet especially with the possibility of a deficiency judgment. my lawyer advised chpt 7. my student loans are not involved but my home which is $70k neg in equity & debt is. went to court and the trustee felt my debt was not bad &since i make $42k a yr i should file chpt 13. she, i dont believe, knows that my student loan debt is due in 5 weeks as my attorney didnt include that on the worksheet nor did my attorney say anything when this trustee was tearing me apart. question is if the courts dismiss my case what happens next? bankruptcy is already on my credit report does that come off? will creditors that i am now months behind on settle at a lower amount and set up a payment plan or just harass me? i feel i am in a worse spot then i was before i started this processtax accountants or anyone that has a knowledge about tax issues help?
so this is the question posed to me. joe and alice johnson naive in the ways of the world made a purchase in 2012 sight unseen they believed to be a beach house. the property was located in indiana. the johnson's planned to use the place as a house occasionally for family vacations and cover cost associated with the house by renting the house using indiana real estate agency joe smith associates. the house turned out to be in need of repair. so to save money the johnson's decided to make the repairs themselves. during 2012, according to a log they kept, the johnson's occupied the house 38 days and rented it 49. the log also indicates that 24 out of the 38 days the johnson's occupied the house either one or both of them worked on the house. on their 2012 income tax return they filed jointly and treated the house as rental property and deducted a pro rata share of the property taxes, mortgage interest, utilities, maintenance and repairs and depreciation in determining their net loss from the home. the irs has determined that the deduction should be limited to rent income and that some of cost deducted as repairs were actually capital expenditures.
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