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If this has been discussed elsewhere please let me know.

My company has gone into Chapter 11 and my non-qualified pension has been terminated. The bankruptcy judge has allowed the company to quit paying the non-qualified pension forever. Is the cash value of an annuity to replace this pension income deductible for me on my income tax as a bad debt since I am an unsecured creditor of the company just like the electrician would be?
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