Tag Archives: Nonrecourse debt

Homes and Attributes

Today TaxMama hears from Cathy in the TaxQuips Forum with this question. “Are taxpayers required to file Form 982 when their Principal Residence is foreclosed on? If so, would they check off Part 1, 1e “Discharge of qualified principal residence indebtedness”? If the Cancellation of Debt for a foreclosure is a principal residence, attributes do not […]

Tax Consequences of Canceled Debt

To listen to this presentation, please use the link in the Resource Box below. Transcript of presentation: Hello. I’m Jean Wetzler, with a reenactment of a March 2009 IRS National Phone Forum on the “Tax Consequences of Canceled Debt”. The presenter for the phone forum was Anne Freeman, chief of the Individual Review section of […]

Foreclosure

Today TaxMama hears from Sasha in Georgia who tells us. “In 2007, I had a foreclosure on my condo in April. In August I filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. I received my discharge in December. This year, I received a form 1099-A from my mortgage company. I’m not sure if I have to declare this […]