if my wages are being garnished can they still take my income tax check?
If a person owes unpaid child support, the IRS can take it from their expected tax refund when federal taxes are filed. Wages can also be garnished for unpaid child support.
If you owe back child support then yes, they will still take your taxes even through your wages are garnished.
State and federal laws mandate how much wages can be garnished in New Jersey. Creditors can take up to 25% of wages in New Jersey.
If your wages are being garnished it will not effect how much you get back or pay in. Keep in mind though the garnishing authority could take your refund with a process called claim of right or offset.
No Texas does not allow wages to be garnished, however the person or company can get a judgment against you and take the money from your bank account.
If it is a govet' insured or guaranteed loan, yes.
you can get on but they will take what is owed and send you the rest
Yes. They can sue you and if they win a judgment your wages can be garnished as long as you are in a state that allows wage garnishment. If you are in TX, PA, NC, or SC, wages cannot be garnished for this type of debt.
No you do not have to work full-time. Working anytime will get your wages garnished. Child support even garnish wages on Day labor and temporary jobs. Income is income and they will take from any source of income you may have.
The state of New Jersey will not garnished a wife's wages if her husband owes child support. They can however take from any joint accounts and tax refunds.
So you were expecting a tax refund from the IRS after you filed a tax return. Insteasd of getting your refund, the IRS sent you a letter saying that your refund was used (garnished) to satisfy your back tax debt. What is going on? This means that you have a back tax liablility with the IRS and the IRS will take your refund to satidfy that debt. If you got your refund check garnished and you were unaware you owed the IRS, you need to take care of this situation fast. The IRS can start enforced collections against you and go as far as garnishment of your pay and levy your bank accounts. You can find out more at wallysworldoftaxes.blogspot.com.
What happens is this, the vehicle gets repo'd. You still owe the deficiency after the vehicle is remarketed. The bank will take you to court for the deficiency. If you do not pay the deficiency if you are ruled against, they may garnish wages by court order. It takes legal action for wages to be garnished.
can a personal person take a tax refund from my bank account if they are already getting my paycheck garnished
I had a car that was financed through HSBC repossessed last year. It was repossessed. Can HSBC take my federal income tax refund for this repossession?
Yes, your Federal Tax Refund can be garnished by the state if you owe backtaxes. It can also be taken for child support and or student loans. In addition to that depending on the state your bank accounts, retirement accounts and / or wages can be garnished. Usually a State garnishment will take between 10% and 25% of your paycheck. The best thing to do is to be proactive, contact the State and enter into an official agreement to start paying back on the tax liability. Hope this helps. Roger Hadad, Effectur Inc., www.irs101.blogspot.com
Presuming it's a Gov't loan and garnishment...yes.
Yes, they can. The only federal payment not subject to garnishment or lien is Social Security.
If it is from a government guranteed or insured loan, by the time your being garnished, the IRS has been notified and will take any refund and send it to who you owe.
It depends on who garnished your wages to begin with. If it was the taxing authority, your state Dept. of Tax, or the IRS, yes the garnishment will include your tax refunds, if the Agent you're dealing with knows what he's doing. Only the government or a judicial court can take a tax refund away from you. If it is a wage garnishment by any authority it will not effect the tax refund. That isn't to say tax authorities won't take the refund...they will (actually, well before they even bother coming after wages). But they do that under a process/law I believe normally called claim of right or offset, not the wage garnishment. Wage garnishment are directed at a specific employer and payroll.
No, In Colorado a creditor can only garnish the wages of an actual paycheck. They can only take 25 percent of your disposable earnings.
they should not be able to garnish wages for a vehicle the leinholder has taken back into their possession for payments not being made. They have the vehicle back, so its not right for them to take your money.
Yes. Even though the vehicle was repoed, they could take you to court for the remaining balance, or what they didn't recover through resale of the vehicle. You would be notified that you are being sued, and have the opportunity to go to court in your defense. If the court finds in favor of the lender (which they generally do), you could have your wages garnished. That may be the point where you have to decide if bankruptcy may be right for you. Bankruptcy would stop those proceedings and keep your wages from being garnished.
Taxes are paid to the government, and are not included in your wages. They will take the money that is yours only, not that which should be the government's.Yes, a tax return can be garnished, as it is your income and has the same restrictions as any other form (barring taxes, since it has already been taxed).
When a creditor garnishes your wages they can only take a certain percent. Then when another creditor comes along they cant garnish your wages to because the first one is already taking the maximum allowed.