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MYTH: Child Support can’t take my IRS refund if I file jointly with my new spouse.
MYTH: Child Support can’t take my IRS refund if I file jointly with my new spouse.

FACT : Child Support Enforcement CAN take your IRS refund if you are behind on your child support payments— EVEN IF you file jointly with a new spouse. In fact, the IRS does not discriminate between what portion of the refund is yours and what portion is your spouse’s. Once ...

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  • MYTH: Child Support can’t take my IRS refund if I file jointly with my new spouse.

    FACT : Child Support Enforcement CAN take your IRS refund if you are behind on your child support payments— EVEN IF you file jointly with a new spouse. In fact, the IRS does not discriminate between ...

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