I could be wrong, but I don't think it matters how far behind you are...as long as you are behind. A few comments online were that it isn't a money amount, but a time amount (as in months behind).
Quoting SassyMom25:I could be wrong, but I don't think it matters how far behind you are...as long as you are behind. A few comments online were that it isn't a money amount, but a time amount (as in months behind).
Depends on the state. In Washington state if you owe $500 or more they can garnish your tax return.
my friend got divorced in july. as of today her ex owes more than $6000 in cs. the irs takes his return every year anyways (long story) but the $1000 for claiming their daughter will go to my friend for back cs. if the irs was not taking his money already, then the whole thing would go to her.
In Ohio, its $1000. And they actually took ALL of DH's tax money, paid off all the CS debit, THEN sent him a check for the difference.
don't know. XH's a little over $21K and climbing.
I dont know if it is state to state but from what i understand where i live they no longer take federal if the payor is paying on the arrearage under 1000.00. They hold it for 6 mths and if it is being paid on they refund it back to payor if they are a penny short it goes to payee.
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