Legal Advice for Tax Refund — 31 results
Written by attorney Kelly Karstaedt, over 1 year ago.
By: Kelly A. Karstaedt, Esq.
Isnt tax season a wonderful time for creditors seeking to collect on a judgment? A time when all that money flowing from the federal government to debtors... more
Written by attorney Benjamin Skinner, over 2 years ago.
With Tax season upon us, the question on the minds of potential bankruptcy filers is, How do we keep our tax refund after filing? Some people opt to spend their tax refund outright. The... more
Written by attorney Mitchell Goldstein, over 3 years ago.
Pros and Cons of Overwithholding It may seem like a good idea to have the IRS take out too much money and get a large refund around tax time. If you think about it, you are really giving... more
Written by attorney Robert Suhajda, over 3 years ago.
There is nothing special that protects a tax refund from being seized by a creditor in most states. Usually, only government creditors such as child support enforcement authorities,student... more
Written by attorney John Rogers, about 1 year ago.
Debtors in Chapter 7 are required to give up nonexempt property that they own at the time of the filing; they are allowed to keep both exempt property that they own at the time of... more
Written by attorney James Oberholtzer, over 3 years ago.
IRS Has $1.1 Billion for People Who Have Not Filed a 2007 Income Tax Return
Refunds totaling more than $1.1 billion may be waiting for nearly 1.1 million people who did not file a federal... more
Written by attorney James Oberholtzer, about 3 years ago.
The IRS has noted an increase in tax-return-related scams, frequently
involving unsuspecting taxpayers who normally do not have a filing requirement
in the first place. These taxpayers... more
Written by attorney Steven J. Fromm, over 3 years ago.
Offsets Can Be for the Following Debts: Federal, State Income Taxes, Child Support, Student Loans, Other Debts Submitted If you owe federal or state income taxes your refund will be offset... more
Written by attorney Henry Lively, about 3 years ago.
If you have a return in which you believe you are owed a refund from the IRS you cannot delay in filing it to claim the refund. Strict time limits apply to the filing of these returns and... more
Written by attorney Joanne Reisman, over 2 years ago.
As 2011 draws to a close some of you are still stunned by the lack of recovery of our economy. Maybe you finally found a new job but it's for lower pay or less hours. You remain buried in... more