Not Unless It Was Court Ordered. Child Support & Student Loans Can Be.
ANSWER: If a garnishment order is sent by the courts to garnish your wages your employer will most likely comply with the order. If some nut bag creditor tries to garnish your federal taxes it is unlikely the IRS will comply. As far as the IRS is concerned is that is their money and they intend to keep it.
If it's the owner of your car loan and you defaulted then the car can be repossessed. If you have a judgment against you for any other debt then yes, if you own a car it may be seized by your creditor to cover the cost of your debt.
Yes a lender can garnish your wages after a repossession. If the resell value of the item does not cover the cost needed to repay the lender, you are still responsible for paying the balance.
The Federal Management Service (FMS) applies ('offsets') income tax refunds through the Treasury Offset Program (TOP) to cover non-tax debts such as student loans. FMS sends you an offset notice when this happens. You can call the Treasury Offset Program Call Center (1-800-304-3107) for specific questions about your defaulted student loan.
Yes, if you include the guarantee you made to the creditor in the bk.
It may, I would make sure they are listed as a creditor upon filing.
You can co-sign, but no creditor will ask you to nor accept you as such because you can't gaurantee you'll cover the debt if the other party defaults.
His men had to cover nearly 3/4 of a mile without cover, and marched directly into federal guns.
No, it is up to each insurance company to decided on whether they will cover this procedure or not. They are not required to cover this procedure by state or federal mandate.
provincial and federal election cover different aspects provincial does the provincial laws and policies whereas federal does the nations(for example - Canada) laws and policies.
No, that is the job of the federal government. The state governments have no jurisdiction in the matter.
in the state of mass no you do not pay state or federal taxes. you are receiving a percentage of your income and it is offset to cover for taxes.
Medicaid is a federal health insurance program. It covers many things for those who are covered by it. However, it does not cover DNA testing.
Use it to help cover the cost of your education...
What coverage do have under group heath plan Federal gov retirement
THe President is charged with executing all federal laws.
If the creditor is attempting to make a recovery on a secured loan and the property is the security of that loan, then yes, definately; however, to do so the creditor must seek a judgment to secure the repossession or foreclosure. It is possible in some states that a court can order the liquidation of property to cover payment of debts under judgment. If a creditor is attempting to take possession of your property and there has been no ajudication (court proceedings), they may be attempting to act in an illegal manner. Just be very certain that no judgment has been entered before you try to prevent the recovery. Most creditors are willing to work with debtors in the resolution of loans. Contact the creditor and find out the current status of the property.
No, all SS benefits are exempt from creditor garnishment. They are not exempt from garnishment by the IRS for tax arrearages and in some instances state tax arrearages.Generally no. HOWEVER - they can be garnished for payment of debts owed to the federal government (taxes, federal loans, etc) AND for the nonpayment of child support or alimony.Social Security benefits of any type cannot be garnished for creditor debt, they are protected against such action by federal law.Solution to protect your Social Security from creditors:1- electronic deposit to checking account. 2-withdraw what you don't need to cover in bills. place into interest bearing savings account NOT RELATED YOUR CHECKING ACCOUNT, (different bank) or put it in your mattress.Commercial creditors cannot garnish your Social Security retirement check. However, the Federal government may garnish your benefits to recover student loans, back taxes, or any other monies owed to the Federal government. Additionally, your Social Security retirement check may be garnished for current or back child support. (Social Security and Disability Resource Center)For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section indicated at the bottom of this answer box.According to the U. S. Treasury-Financial Management Service, these payments are exempt by Federal Law. The PDF entitled Treasury Offset Program -- Payments Exempt from Offset by Disbursing Officials (Nontax Debt Collection) found in the Related Link belowSS benefits of any kind can always be garnished for court order child support. In some cases such benefits can be garnished for court ordered spousal maintenance (alimony) and federal tax arrearages.Another opinion:Not true- federal income tax arrearages can be garnished, but child support is not always able to be garnished. Depends on the circumstances and each case is different.A Family Court in Burlington, Vt. garnished ALL of my SS disability check for alimony. I am disabled and thus have no earnings. What is wrong with the court system? Those in power have all the power!Social Security benefits of any type cannot be garnished for creditor debt, they are protected against such action by federal law.SS benefits can be garnished for federal tax arrearages and child support obligations.Solution to protect your Social Security from creditors:1- electronic deposit to checking account. 2-withdraw what you don't need to cover in bills. place into interest bearing savings account NOT RELATED YOUR CHECKING ACCOUNT, (different bank) or put it in your mattress.
Federal Pell Grants cover a portion of your federally defined "need", which is the difference between the cost of attendance at your college or university and the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) your school uses that resulted from the calculations done on your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
There are federal laws which cover this eventuality - HOWEVER - they are not uniform in penalty for ALL federal employees. (e.g.: Those federal employees who exercise regulatory or law enforcement power are more protected than (for instance) a clerk who works filing papers in a federal office somewhere).
Yes, unless you get enough scholarships, grants, federal aid, and loans to cover the balance.
Answer: Your estate is responsible for all of your debts when you die. The assets don't always cover the debts but any creditor can file a claim against the estate for money you owed them.