I was curious in going back to college, community college offered some new online 1 credit courses. I was pretty sure I signed up, but never received any documentation, invoices, introduction information, so I thought that it was invalid. I got busy with my young son and just went on with my life. Now I am being notified that I owe this debt, along with a threat to garnish my tax state refund. The debt is $245.00 and of course I can raise deductions and pay a state tax every year. My thought is that this some last ditch effort for the school to collect?
Indiana has two different statutes of limitation for contracts. One is 6 years (for money sought) and one is 10 years (for contracts).
It's difficult to know which is yours.
A judgment is 10 years from the date of judgment, too.
I moved your question to debts because it's not really a tax problem yet.
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