The answer is no!
Yes, it can. Taxes owed are garnished from all sorts of income, unfortunately.
No. Social Security income is considered a "protected class" and cannot be garnished. Most garnishments would be a result of a court order and not because of some private company got a wild hair. The IRS is the only exception to effecting a garnishment without benefit of a court order that I know of.
Disability (including Social Security Disability) generally cannot be garnished. Just about everything else is fair game.
Social Security Disability cannot be garnished.
No, Social Security Disability can not be garnished for anything. That is not considered earned income. So no one can garnish it. sorry
Possibly, yes. SS disability income may be garnished for child support. Supplementary security income alone may not be garnished.
if my wages are being garnished can they still take my income tax check?
Yes. Virginia use federal income garnishment laws. The maximum percentage of disposable income that can be garnished for creditor debt is 25%, with 30x minimum wage ($154.50 weekly based) being exempt from garnishment. All Social Security, government pensions, public assistance and most private pension benefits are exempt from creditor garnishment or levy.
SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance) payments may be garnished for child support. SSI (Supplemental security income) cannot be garnished or levied.