How to garnish someones income tax return in Oregon?

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You could make a copy when finished or save it. Go back and check it.

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Not sure what you're asking. Do you mean earned income credit? Child has to be younger than you. Under 19, unless a full-time student, then it's under 24. If the child is disabled, there is no age limit. If you're asking if a child can receive an earned income credit, they cannot. Minimum age ...

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Apparently our ignorant and uneducated leftists do not realize that IRS returns are privileged information. There are a few exceptions: those of notorious criminals like Al Capone, and the president, are public information. Romney's IRS returns could not become public until after he is elected.
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NYS Income tax payment

You have to do it on line. NYS does not process credit cards, they do it through a third party. Go to their website www.nystax.gov

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They don't. They appear on your W-2 in box 12. You will note that the amount in box 1 is less than box 5. The amount in box 1 is calculated by subtracting your contributions from your gross wages in box 5. You do not pay income tax on your 401k contributions, nor do you subtract them on line 32 ...

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It is a "Tax Credit" not a check for $7,500.00. A tax credit comes off of the total amount of taxes that you pay. Now if you have a refund coming to you, it would all depend on how you sent in your return. By mail it takes a lot longer than if you filed by e-file.