Do student Loans go on Schedule D or F. If D is the unsecure portion the total because their is no property securing this loan. 2. Is a vehicle loan when the property has been repo'd does the remaining portion left owed become a unsecure loan or is it still securred loan.
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Do student Loans go on Schedule D or F. If D is the unsecure portion the total because their is no property securing this loan.
Response 1: Student loans should be listed on Schedule F because they are unsecured loans.
2. Is a vehicle loan when the property has been repo'd does the remaining portion left owed become a unsecure loan or is it still securred loan.
Response 2: Deficiency amount from a repossessed vehicle becomes an unsecured loan as the lender has taken the collateral for the loan and thus it should be listed on Schedule F.
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