I receive ssi and and I’m filing taxes for my ssi can you tell me who can take my state taxes
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When you file taxes, it doesn't matter what your tax credit is for. Proceeds paid from the social security administration are exempt from judicial process.
Your refund is not a benefit from social security. It is a refund from a taxing authority, based on credits/deductions under the tax code that exceed your taxable liability.
Your credits are likely earned income credit if you're, "filing taxes for your SSI".
This is not a benefit from the social security administration, rather from the internal revenue code or state revenue code.
I'd speak to either a tax attorney, or possibly a bankruptcy attorney.
Also, if you owe the state, be prepared to almost ALWAYS lose your state refund.
Although, one thing you don't say is whether those car loans have a judgement against you. Your creditors must have judgments against you to levy or offset your tax refunds.
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