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AnswerGenerally once the judgment has been executed as a garnishment it will run until the debt is paid. In many states a creditor must return to court every 60 or 90 days to renew the garnishment order.The necessity for renewal does not apply to wage garnishment for federally funded student loans.I know of one company that can get a garnishment lifted and restructure a defaulted student loan with a low manageable payment, the company is www.defaultms.com
It's not going to happen. You owed money and that creditor went to court to get your employer to deduct what you owed them from your paycheck and send it to them. Your employer does not owe you a dime. They followed a court order. They had no choice. You went bankrupt AFTER the garnishment, so anything paid BEFORE the bankruptcy is water under the bridge. You cannot "get money back" on something that was paid before the bankruptcy. Since you went bankrupt, the garnishment should stop but you will not get any money "back".
The reason for the wage garnishment must be known before it can be determined if the employer has/is making a erroneous deduction from an employee's wages. Wage garnishment is an action that requires a court judgment and all employers must follow the requirements that are outlined in the wage garnishment order. Wages can be garnished for almost any outstanding debt once a judgment has been obtained by the creditor (person owed money). Wage garnishment is often used to collect child support, alimony, tax arrearages. In some instances an employer could have the right to deduct money from an employee's pay when a debt is owed to the company for wages that have been paid in advance, charges not covered under expense account agreement, unearned commission advance, etc.
Creditor garnishments must run consecutively they cannot be concurrent. That being the case, the first creditor that executes the garnishment order is paid until the debt is settled. Then the second garnishment (if any will begin). Please note, child support and sometimes spousal maintenance is NOT considered a "true garnishment of wages". Likewise garnishment for federal and/or state taxes are not applicable as such. For example, a child support garnishment can be active at the same time as a creditor judgment garnishment. The percentage of garnishment amounts is determined by the laws of the state in which the garnishee resides.
Cash flow and profit are two different concepts. Profit includes non-cash items such as amounts owed by customers but not yet turned into cash (i.e., not yet paid by the customers). Profit is also net of debts currently owed by the company by not yet paid out in cash by the company (i.e. its accounts payable). Cash flow simply tracks the movement of cash (actual money) when received and paid out by a company, regardless of whether income was earned or expenses incurred.
A Note Payable is a liability to the company and is listed under liabilities. This with any other account you find that is called a "payable" is a liability. A "payable" account refers to money owed by the company that has not yet been paid, but will be paid in the near future. These include anything from Accounts Payable to Wages and even Income Taxes Payable. Just remember the key term is "payable", meaning owed but not yet paid.
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