by AnonymousJanuary 30 at 4:25 PMI think they can take up to half just like a wage garnishment. That's what I have heard not sure if it's 100% though
by ktwisterJanuary 30 at 4:26 PM
A seperate Motion/Order would have to be filed.
by Anonymous - Original PosterJanuary 30 at 4:28 PMDamnit I was hoping they would, I want my ehole cheque
January 30 at 4:29 PM
I don't believe they can.
I think there are only three things that can be deducted from your tax refund if is determined that it is necessary--state taxes owed, child support if it hasn't been paid and student loans if they've gone into default.
by AnonymousJanuary 30 at 4:31 PM
credit card debt can be garnished from taxes.
January 30 at 4:33 PM
They can garnish your state tax refund (for states that even have state taxes) if you owe money to any state agency, even a hospital run by a state institution. Ran into that with a friend whose taxes I did last year. She kept whining to me she never got her state refund of $103 and she really really really needed the money and was I sure I filled it out right. Then she got a letter that her tax refund had been taken by the state for medical bills owed to UAMS hospital. Should have paid your bill, dumbarse. But I don't think they can garnish federal taxes for anything other than back taxes, child support, student loans, and bankruptcy.
by Anonymous - Original PosterJanuary 30 at 4:34 PMWhat about eviction? they take a lot out of my pay... hoping they would take the remaining
by AnonymousJanuary 30 at 4:34 PM
my parents had there wages garnished because they owed taxes and couldnt pay for it...thats all i know
by AnonymousJanuary 30 at 4:36 PM
If they dont, why dont you just pay it when you get them back?
What about eviction? they take a lot out of my pay... hoping they would take the remaining