What is a Form 1099-C?

Modified on Wed, 24 Jan at 4:51 AM

A Form 1099-C is for canceled debt exceeding $600.00 or more. Per the IRS, your canceled debt may be considered taxable if the amount forgiven was less than the amount you actually paid. There are exceptions which include but are not limited to: debt related to a Title 11 bankruptcy case and qualified real property business indebtedness.


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