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I am self employed Can a collection agency file a 1099 and garnish your tax return if the debt is over six years old and the debtor has been in Ohio for six years?

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A collection agency has no legal powers. Some agencies are collection attorneys who can file lawsuits. Regardless, no one can seize another person's property without due process according to the persons state of residency laws. In other words they have to take you to court, win a judgment, execute the judgment, this takes a considerable amount of time. The exception is child support and/or spousal maintenance, or a court order that was already in place.
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If it's been over 7 years should you pay off an old credit card debt from a collection agency or just let it go?

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How long will bad debt credit cards stay on your credit report if you haven't made any payments on them and they have been in collections for over six years now?

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What recourse does a collection agency have on a debt that is twelve years old?

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Does a 17 year old file a tax return?

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Can collection agency collect on a 20 year old credit card debt?

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Can bank account be garnished if filed by collection agency rather than original debtor?

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Do you have to file taxes this year if you were self employed and will you get in trouble you i file for this year with next years?

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