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trystero wrote:
Having laid my soal bare on two previous occasions, and been rewarded with several answers,(some quite helpfull, despite their arrogant and condecending
in tone)

Gosh, I hope that wasn't my replies you were referring to, I sure didn't mean to come off that way, and if I did I humbly apologize. I just feel strongly about the way to right your ship because I've been there.

I've found a CPA that I trust, but I
want some Foolish opinions.

Once again, you need to ask your CPA these questions, once he has your total financial picture, he can point you in the right direction, and maybe take some of the bite out of those taxes.

This is my opinion(along with quite a few others), but I would do nothing until your credit debt is settled. Once you get there it's a whole new ballgame.

Hang in there trystero.

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