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How long does it take for the custodial parent to receive a payment from the garnishment of federal taxe refun for back child support arrerages?
It can take up to 6 months to receive tax money if filing jointly or if filing single it can take up to 10 weeks
This depends on the state in which you live. I live in Indiana, and once the tax money has been received by the child support central collection unit for my state, they hold i…t 29 days from the day that they received it This is so the noncustodial has an opoortunity to fight the interception. Ive been dealing with this for years and I not once ever had the noncustodial fight the tax intercept. Then, the state takes $25 from the tax money owed to hold the money. Call your prosecutors office in the county that your case is in and they should be able to tell you more information on holding times. It can take up to six weeks from the time the refund is intercepted to the time it posts to the central collection unit. You have no legal means to get that money sooner. Be prepared to wait a long time.
Why does the state hold child support payments insted of deposting the money into the account once it's received?
It's the government!!! Do you think child support account habits are any better than their other accounting habits? Plus, collects interest, plus 15% from the feds.
Child support is no-taxable income.
You do not have to pay taxes on child support, it is not money you earned, it is money that is court ordered, though in cases where a woman targets specific men of high income… to get pregnant by, multiple times, perhaps it should be. An example is a woman who conceives a different child to a different man, each time receiving a full award. With different fathers, the total amount received can be 200-300% higher than what would be received from one father paying on three children.
Unless you are producing children as a side business to being a prostitute, the money received is not income to show a loss on.
It can take up to six months
The parent receiving the child support does not claim it as income on their tax return. Neither can the obligated parent deduct the sum as a debt. The person who pays more …then 50% for the minor child's financial welfare may be able to claim the child/children as a dependent on their IRS return. There are specific terms that must be applicable before that can be accomplished.
Currently in 2009 seven states (Alaska, Florida, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Washington, and Wyoming) do not tax personal income.
It's neither taxable, or tax deductible.
No, children are not taxed.
the caregiver of the child. the word support means to take care of, so child support, means to take care of the child. which means that child support payments should be given …to whomever is taking care of the child in order to support that child. Pay your child support through either the courts or the State disbursement unit. DO NOT give any money or anything else to the obligee unless you want it to be considered a gift.
No. Federal taxes only for individuals.
In Texas, the tax intercept will be given within 3 months if the noncustodial parent IS NOT married. However, if the noncustodial parent IS married, then they WILL HOLD th…e tax intercept for 180 days. Do NOT expect it sooner than 180 days. If your ex and his/her current spouse will sign a waiver to the child support for you to receive the tax intercept sooner, then it would be released almost immediately, once they have signed the form from OAG Texas. Again, just note, that it will be 180 days before receiving any money if your ex is now married. Even with that, you may be given only have of the income tax if the ex's new spouse files an Injured Spouse form. If your ex has any student loans, taxes that he/she still has to pay for, or if you yourself have recieved TANF, just know that the money goes to the government FIRST, then the last of the funds will be applied to your chlid support.
In order to contact the Attorney General of Texas about receiving Child Support payments, the best cause of action would be to visit the website for the state of Texas. There …it is able to make a payment or contact the Attorney General's office about any questions.