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falsi fiable on Jan 18, 2013
Yes, if they obtain a judgment and file a lien with the IRS or state tax authority.
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Bash Limpbutt's Oozing Cyst© on Jan 18, 2013
State refund, possibly. Some states allow this.
Federal refund, no. The IRS is not subject to state court orders, so any such order would be ignored as a matter of law. There is no provision in federal law for the offset of a federal tax refund for anything at the state level other than state income tax or unemployment benefits claimed fraudulently.
Pascal the Gambler on Jan 18, 2013
Possibly your city tax refund if it exists, and maybe state depending on state law, but not your federal.
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