This was a civil case set up in 1999, until my daughters mother took me to court stating that owe $15,000 in back child support, to which I wasn't presented with absolutely no evidence from state showing how they managed to get the amount? Also state has taken over civil order for monitoring, wage guarnishments, and etc. Minir child is 17yrs old im entitled to claim child every year on income tax, which I have tried twice both times having to fights with IRS and help up my returns for 12 weeks or more. Can I audit my returns for last 7 years and apply that to rears amount?
Although the basis of your question does concern child support, it appears that what you really want to know is whether you can audit you tax returns for the last seven years. You should probably re-ask that question under the tax law category, or hire a tax attorney. If you want to know whether you can unilaterally apply missed tax benefit opportunities to your child support arrearages, the answer is no.
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