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Question by  smoc46 (26)

What is a tax intercept, and when will I get my money?


Answer by  Chaneygirl (1755)

Your tax refund has been intercepted because of a debt owed. It could be owed to the IRS, state or local government agency. Depending on the amount of the refund and the amount of the debt, you may not receive the refund at all. A commonly interecepted refund is for back child support.


Answer by  patti (29325)

A "tax intercept" is when a federal or state income tax refund is attached in order to pay another obligation. Child support arrears or a defaulted student loan are examples.


Answer by  tamarawilhite (17883)

A tax intercept is when a state government or the federal government finds out about a refund or tax credit you are receiving. They then take that money and apply it to your tax debt or child support.


Answer by  Chaneygirl (1755)

Your tax return is being intercepted for another debt you owe. It could be child support, back taxes, state taxes, student loans or other amounts owed. You may or may not receive your refund depending on the amount of the debt you owe and the amount of your tax return.

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