How to garnish someones income tax return in Oregon?

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Answered: Protection of Income as a tax deduction

"Protection of income" might be disability insurance. As an employee, you can deduct mandatory contributions to state benefit funds withheld from your wages that provide protection against loss of wages. For example, certain states require employees to make contributions to state funds providing ...

Answered: How can i view the federal tax return i sent electronically through

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

Answered: Are You Curious About Romney's Tax Returns?

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.

Answered: Can someone tell me how i can get a transcript of my 2007 income tax

Who is "they". The IRS can provide you with a transcript. Go to your local IRS help center for assistance.

Answered: I am considering investing in gold. If I buy some and sell it a few

If you sell it in less than 12 months, it will be a short term gain and subject to ordinary income tax rates. The more favorable capital gains rate (at least for now) is only for assets that are held for 12 months + 1 day or more.
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What Happens If You Don't File a Tax Return?

You should have suggested that they get paid in cash; no W-2s or 1099s. Uncle Frank

What is an IRS Wage Garnishment?

An IRS wage garnishment is an order from the government directing your employer to withhold a specified amount from your pay and send it to the IRS. The total wage garnishment can be up to 80% of your wages and continues every pay period until the back tax debt is paid in full. For additional ...

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If they didn't pay you until January 1, 2012, then the W2 was correct even though you were earning the money in 2011. But then the month of December 2012 might be paid in January 2013, so it is not unfair. Most people would prefer to have December earnings paid in January so it's not taxed right ...

I applied for the $7500 tax credit for first time home buyers and I would

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.