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October 22, 2009

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I don't get the whole point. As robin says If a debt has been disputed can debt be reported as income to the IRS?

Like the case with the casino player, could anyone not take advantage of this flaw it seems in the system to repay a smaller amount. Would a taxpayer know of this?

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