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Old 12-24-2014, 05:56 PM
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TPD loan discharge

Hi! I had a large amount of student loans discharged last year and I received a letter from nelnet this month stating my taxable income which has been 0 so far. I want to avoid at all costs having another terrible debt from the discharge. Is it best not to make any financial transactions and hope that the IRS doesn't tax me?

Thanks very much!



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