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.. Any advice is appreciated.?...

The immediate problem is how to raise the money at the least possible cost. If you have a paid off car boat, or RV getting a car loan at a reasonable rate is one possible option that people sometimes over look.

It is hard to tell but getting term life insurance and cashing out the life insurance policy would be worth looking into.

We are about 10% of the way through 2010 so if your situation is the same this year then you should already have more than $2,500 saved to pay the $25,000 in taxes for 2010. Including this the big question is if you situation is better or worse than it was at this time last year. If things are worse than last year then it is time to stop the downward spiral by reducing your spending(even if painful) before all the interest and penalties make it uncontrollable.

Greg
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