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  1. For example, assume you enter into a loan agreement with the company for a total of $10,000 to be paid back over 3 years with an interest rate of 8%. You make payments on the loan with interest for a year and then the company tells you that you can stop paying back the loan, that the rest of loan money is yours to keep. If this happens, the balance on the loan will need to be recorded as income in the same tax year.
  2. A personal loan does not have to be reported on your income tax. However, if you pay back a portion of the loan and then the company forgives the balance, you will need to report the forgiven balance as income.
  3. ya if you go to limited too with your report card they will give you 5 dollars off! have fun shpping!
  4. Is it possible you simply were not eligible for a certain aid package or scholarship? Are you sure you're simply not just imagining things? Are you someone who's quick to cry discrimination when you don't get your way?
  5. No, we don't need that. It's not like "the experts" would ever lie to us! They're "the experts!"
  6. I think that Lord Lawson made a perfectly valid observation when he pointed out that if the inquiry was held in public (via, say, web cam) then it could be seen to be a fair and balanced inquiry.
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