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Can the court take your income tax refund for money owed on a repo and do they base the payments on income amount or do they get it in large amounts?


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2015-07-15 21:37:25
2015-07-15 21:37:25

They WANT it in as large of amounts as possible but they take what they can get. wage garnishemnt can only take 25% of your DISPOSABLE income. You should get a notice telling you what they can and cant do.


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