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State Minnesota
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Loan amount limit $350
Loan terms Max: 30 days
Finance rates $5.50: $0-$50; 10%+$5: $51-$100; 7% (min. $10) + $5: $101-$250; 6% (min. $17.50) + $5: $251-$350 (After default: 2.75% per month)
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8343 210th Street West, Lakeville, MN 55044

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8160 West County Road 42 Suite 700, Savage, MN 55378

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Frequently asked questions about cash loans in minnesota

  • I bought a condo in Minnesota for $65,000 and paid cash for it. I would like to quit claim it to my daughter and give her the condo but I only want to give her half of it and I keep the other half. I asked her to get a mortgage loan against it for half and pull out $32,500 and she can keep the condo and the other $32,500 equity in the condo. I think the market value on the condo is probably about the same or maybe a little more. What kind of tax implications would she suffer or have to pay if I did this for her? Thanks
  • I assume you mean she would end up with the entire ownership and pay you the $32K she gets from the mortgage. You're essentially selling her the $65K condo for $32,500, giving her the substantial discount because she's your daughter. Quit claim would not be the way to go. If you mean you're going to actually KEEP half ownership, then see Bostonian's answer. You'll file a gift tax return for the other 32,500, but unless you've given a lot of huge gifts in the past, won't owe a gift tax. She wouldn't have any tax implications.
  • If you give her a 1/2 interest in the condo, you will have to file a gift tax return because it's more than $13,000. You won't pay any gift tax unless the excess brings you over the current lifetime exclusion of $5,000,000, however the exclusion for your estate will be reduced dollar-for-dollar for any excess gifts during your lifetime. If you have given her a 1/2 interest in the condo, she cannot take out an equity loan on her own since there are two owners. It would have to be a joint loan. What is the purpose of taking out that loan in the first place? Where is the money going to go? If she gives it to you, you have not gifted anything -- you have sold her a 1/2 interest. If you do actually gift her a 1/2 interest, her basis will be the lesser of 1/2 of your original adjusted basis or 1/2 of the fair market value on the date of the gift. Once you pass -- assuming that you hold title as joint tenants -- she'll pick up the remaining 1/2 interest and the basis in that 1/2 will be 1/2 of the fair market value on the date of your death. The impact here is that that could substantially increase any capital gains taxes that she'd have to pay. On the other hand, if you simply leave it to her in your will she gets sole possession of the condo when you die and her adjusted basis is the fair market value on the date of your death. If she sells it fairly soon after you pass, there won't be any gain so no capital gains tax will be due. If she hangs on to it for a while, the tax hit will be less than it would be had you gifted her half of the condo today. Before giving gifts of substantial value, you should consult with an estate planner first. There are many ways to minimize the tax hit on transfers, but you have to know all of the rules BEFORE you act.
  • She would not have to pay any gift tax, because she is the person receiving the gift. If you gave her half of the condo, and gave her that 1/2 all at one time, then you, as the giver, would have to pay gift tax on approximately $20,000. However, if you gave her 1/6 of the condo (1/3 of the total gift) each year for three years, then no one would have to pay any gift tax, because the value of each year's gift would be under $11,000.
  • this is so confusing, you want to give her half the condo but you want her to take out a loan for the full amount of the condo and keep $32500 for herself? I don't see their is any gift at all at any rate annual gifts currently are $13000(or $26000 for a married couple) no taxable to the recipient and not to the giver if this is not within 3yrs of anticipated death anything over the limit would be reported on form 709 and added to the estate limit, currently at $5Mil
  • Sure does sound like you might be selling her the other 1/2 interest for the 32500 amount that you want her to take out of the loan for this purpose and time in your life RIGHT. You and her should seek some face to face professional assistance to try and make sure that you do get this done right at this time in your life to try and keep from having some bigger problems at some future time in your lives because you and her did NOT do it CORRECTLY this tax year for this purpose. Hope that you find the above enclosed information useful. 10/12/2012
  • Why is she taking a loan out exactly? If to buy you out, why do you retain ownership - and then it wouldn't be a gift. She would suffer no tax implications (until sale of home), it would be you, if there are any. Gifts are taxable to the giver, not the recipient.
  • Gift taxes are paid by the giver and not the receiver of the gift. If you give more than $13,000 (or assets worth more than $13,000), you must file gift tax return. However, unless you have given away over $5 million in your lifetime, no gift tax would be due.
  • For your own safety and peace of mind you should consider sitting down with a licensed & registered tax preparer for a short lesson in how to and why to.
  • My mom died this past March. She had no job, she lived off social security income. She also had a trust fund that was liquidated 3 weeks before she passed away and she was paid $11,000. She bought a 2007 Chevy Cobalt for $6500 cash and spent the rest on useless crap. She also owned a 1999 Dodge Stratus. I'm looking to sell the Chevy and I've already sold the dodge. Please note she was not married and I'm her only child. She lived in Minnesota. She owed a lot of people money. She has about $4000-6000 worth of debt that's unpaid. (credit cards, cell phone bill, etc.) What I need to know is : Are these companies that my mom owes money to going to go after me and take her to probate court? Are they going to go after her so called "estate"? I might get $6000 total out of her two cars together (the chevy has body damage) and I need to know is it possible for the court to go after me for the money?
  • The cars are legally mine to sell. There is a slip you fill out from the DMV. It's found here: http://www.dps.state.mn.us/dvs/PDFForms/FormFrame.htm It's the ASSIGNMENT OF A VEHICLE TO A SURVIVING SPOUSE/NOT SUBJECT TO PROBATE I filled it out alone with her death certificate. The DMV told me that I was the owner since she passed.
  • Only if you were a co-signer or an authorized user on any of her accounts will you be responsible. Her debts die with her, The car loans are another story since you cannot sell without a clean title.
  • The cars are NOT YOURS TO SELL. They are in your mother's name, not yours. Since she passed away, you cannot legally sell them. They must be sold as part of her estate and the proceeds used to satisfy her creditors. Sorry, but that's the way it works. She owed money to people. The cars were bought with money she legally should have used to pay her bills, not to buy vehicles. EDIT: You may have committed fraud by filling out that form and submitting it. You apparently checked the box that said your mom's estate was not subject to probate and that there were no monetary claims against it -- but you yourself say that she left behind debts. Her estate SHOULD have been probated. There *ARE* monetary claims against it. You lied when you checked that box on the form. You may never get caught -- but what you have done is illegal.
  • The DMV was wrong. Nothing of hers becomes yours until all the debts are paid. If you kept/took anything of hers, then the creditors can go after you in court. If you had followed the law that says that all the debts must be paid before you get anything, then they would only be able to go after what she owned, not you.
  • I hope you are not the spouse of your mother. So it would be illegal for you to use that form (you are not a surviving spouse). All debts and taxes have to be settled from the estate before you get anything. If her assets are only enough to cover her debts, so be it. If they are not enough to cover her debts, that will not fall back on you, unless you sold her stuff illegally and kept the money.
  • Yes they will and are entitled to the money. She owed the debt and her estate should pay back what it can. You should only get money if there is anything left over. Below is a link that will tell you how to handle the estate.
  • i'm sorry to your loss. extremely i in my opinion do not think of that she left when you have been out of the room on purpose. i don't think of that we continuously have a decision while precisely we leave this international. My Grandmother died final fall whilst i grow to be pregnant with my first infant, her 14th great grandchild, and he or she grow to be so very wanting to fulfill this infant, yet by her ailment she handed directly to the finished beyond till now she could desire to. If it were as much as her she might have caught around till my daughter grow to be born. i think of that in many situations this is purely time to flow, and the pull to flow on is so good that wether or not you desire to stay, its time to flow. from time to time human beings can type of decide on while to flow, and if thats attainable, then consistent with hazard your mom enjoyed you plenty that she needed to spare you from having to appreciate the right time and 2nd that she handed, and be latest for it. maximum mom's might do something for his or her childrens :)
  • Hello. I am looking for my first car. I am looking at a 2001 mercury cougar not the S series just the 3 door coupe.. Now the qoute gieco gave me was $325.01 a month. I live in Minnesota and I am a 16 year old male. I don't have anything on my record at all. I was wondering if 325.01 a month sounded right because I dont think so. That's like $4,000 a year and the car only costs $5,999. Also would it be better to go on my parents insurance plan with State Farm? Or to get my own? Thank you very much for helping me with advice with this.
  • Sounds like you're borrowing money for that car, and carrying collision and theft coverage on it. If you cut the collision and theft, it should run you around $2K a year. Yes, collision and theft on a new driver, will cost more than liability. Regarding who's policy - the name on the policy will have to match the name on the title and the name on the loan. My advice - buy a $1,000 junker for cash, in your name, and carry just liability coverage on it.
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  • If you can get on your parents insurance that probably would be better because they would be getting a multi car discount and would make it cheaper on you. The value of the car means very little when it comes to insurance your driving record or lack there of is what makes it higher than anything and if its considered a sports car or not. Also if you are in a metro area insurance rates are higher because the chances of a accident are higher. There are alot of factors that go into getting and insrance quote. Just be careful driving and no matter how embarrased you are to call for help if you are ever drunk just call your parents to pick you up. Its much better to have your parents screaming at you than it is to be put in an ambulance and almost die if not die or kill an innocent person because of your pride.350 sounds a little hight when I was 16 and paying insurance I paid maybe 195 that was six years ago so it should be around about the same. I lived in a metro area and had a sports car.
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  • My boyfriend and I really feel like we're ready to have sex. We've talked about it, we've been together for like a year now, we plan on staying together for pretty much the rest of our lives (and if we ever break up, I'll be the lonely old lady with 50 cats ha ha), and I'm on birth control. The only problem is finding a place to do it. We can't do it at our houses because there is pretty much always someone home. We thought about maybe going to a hotel, a friend offered to loan us her sister's credit card, and we can pay her back in cash later (I know, not a smart idea. And I am pretty sure its illegal to use another person's card, so that's probably a no). And we're living in Minnesota, there is 17 inches of snow outside, so anywhere out doors is out. Does anyone else have any other ideas? - And please, don't lecture me on and on about how I shouldn't, am way too young, and should just wait. I don't mean to sound disrespectful or rude, but I seriously don't care what anyone else has to say. We know we want to do this, and there's really no way of changing our minds.
  • Maybe ask a friend when nobody will be at their house and do it there? idk, but good Luck!! :)
  • Well,,,,If theres 17 inchs of snow outside, "you have a problem" ???? try changing the time of day??When everyone is gone..It sounds like you're both under age,,If that is a fact, then I can't help you..."Sorry"
  • that cool here is an idea, tell ur parents u will sleep at ur friend's house l, instead fo out with him in his car everything ahould be ready clothes and all, then sex in the car and sleep firever at night park in a free forest far away parking lot and enjoy
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  • ask your families to give the house to you guys for a night or... yeah u could go to a hotel. those are ur best bets
  • in a hotel may be
  • Have it your way, I'm pretty sure he gonna dump you so good luck. Remember this when he does.
  • maybe in a public restroom lol
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