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- April 18, 2008 at 8:32 pm #257347
your stimulus ck.<<< if you are paying your student loans and/or child support as ordered, they will not take your stimulus package. if you are in default of your student loans, are behind in you child support over $500 dollars, or/and have other qualifying judgments against you where a tax intercept can be placed, then they will take what is owed and send the rest. this is straight from the irs site: https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/article/0,,id=179181,00.html
*Q. I’m eligible for a payment but I still owe federal income tax from a
prior year. Will my payment be reduced?*
A. Yes. For this purpose, the Stimulus Payment is treated like any other
tax refund. This means that part or all of your payment can be used to
pay past-due federal or state income taxes or non-tax federal debt such
as student loans and child support.**
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