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Can IRS take your money if you was in an accident?
No. Since you are black, its obvious you already get free money from welfare. The IRS only bothers people with jobs.
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Answer They can not close your accounts. They will however monitor all activity coming in and out of the accounts of the signer who is flagged for investigation. They w…ill whipe those accounts clean every so with out a warning or ticket. The bigger concern should be if they levy the bank account, how many outstanding checks are you going to have that now will not clear? Many people end up with hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars in bounced check fees....which might make the bank close the account.
No.. The IRS can only offset your refund if they have already made an assessment against you.
If a person owes unpaid child support, the IRS can take it from their expected tax refund when federal taxes are filed. Wages can also be garnished for unpaid child suppor…t.
IRS can certainly offset any Federal debts...and most states UI program is at least partially, if not fully, funded by the Feds, just administered by the State. (That's whay t…he Feds can decree an extension of benefits from 6mo to a year and such). Well...the only way I can think you would owe the unemployment department (who is there to pay people when they need it most) is because the money you "received" was done fraudulently...filing false claims, saying you weren't working when you were - that type of thing. Criminal acts. Otherwise, if you just received UI benefits, those aren't repayable to anyone. Now...your going to start accusing others of wrong doing? If if the IRS couldn't do what it did...which believe it or not, they probably really wouldn't go out of their way to do ANYTHING..why do you think they would against you - what they did is exactly what you would want to have done with the $ anyway isn't it? You know your promise to reapy what YOU stole is why you aren't in jail.
The stimulus check is not taxable if that's what you mean. Your 2009 return isn't due until 4/15/2010 by the way, 20008 is due 4/15/2009
Generally yes..stae and federal governments cooperate. The other side is....if you owe it to a government your going to end up paying it, and accumulated interest a…nd penalties, one way or another. You think your the first to try and avod doing so, and there is no system to nake it detrimental?
Typically they can seize liquid assets if there are taxes owed.
The answer depends upon how you paid the premium. If you paid the premium entirely yourself using after tax dollars, the benefit is completely tax free. If you paid …through pre-tax payroll deductions at work, the benefit is subject to taxation, and you must declare the income on your federal return. If your employer shared in the cost of your premium, then the benefit is also taxable. Your insurance company will likely send you a 1099 statement if the benefit is considered taxable.
yes because your still married to him
The IRS are fairly prompt with cashing checks. The IRS cashes checks for money owed to them within a week and most of the time it is within three days.
It is not the Colorado IRS. The Department of Treasury's Financial Management Service (FMS), which issues IRS tax refunds, has been authorized by Congress to conduct the Treas…ury Offset Program. Through this program, your refund or overpayment may be reduced by FMS and offset to pay any past due child support, Federal agency non tax debts, or state income tax obligations. Go to the IRS.gov web site and use the search box for Topic 203 - Failure to Pay Child Support, Federal Non Tax and State Income Tax Obligations http://www.irs.gov/taxtopics/tc203.html For additional information, FMS can be reached at 800-304-3107. Click on the below Related Link
If you have overdraft protection, nothing. Otherwise they will charge you a fee for it initially and then charge you on a daily basis until you balance your account.
State child support agencies can place liens on bank accounts and on workers' compensation settlements.
Because Congress passed laws saying how much should be witheld in taxes. Now as to WHY Congress did that, that is an entirely different matter....
If the person owed taxes at the time of death - yes they can !
IRS can take whatever they want as long as they have the judgement or proper lien papaerwork filed. They are amazingly efficient when it comes to attaching liens and they …gooble up bank accounts like pacman. Put the account in trust for someone else and you be the custodian. Solves that issue. Forget having a bank account if you owe the IRS.