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No. Child support is generally based upon the obligated parent's monthly income from wages and any other source. A tax refund is not always for the same amount nor always applicable and therefore could not be counted as an income source. A tax refund can be seized for child support arrearages.

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Q: Is a tax refund considered when determining the amount of child support in Illinois?
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