It says I can do this but not that...?

In Deuteronomy it says very clearly that if I do not want my wife any more I can release her but that I cannot sell her for money. Well, if I DO want to sell her for money, does this mean I have to claim the proceeds of the sale as capital gains or dividends? And if I end up with a net loss can I claim that as a tax deduction or a tax credit?

Update:

Who says morons aren't smart? I'm really on the ball when it comes to personal finance.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    youre a stupit azz

  • Shubho
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    nope, selling your wife is illegal...so you wont gain anyhow

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