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My husband has a gov't collection on his c. rep, if disputed, will they stop taking his refunds?
My husband has a collection from social security,(which we can't figure out why he owes it) but they take his tax refund each year. If I get it removed from his credit report, will they stop taking his tax refund, if he gets one?

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No, unfortunately it isn't hinging on one's credit report. Two are independent from each other. 

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Your husband needs to contact Social Security to find out why his tax returns are being taken.  If he has received  

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If your husband has received Social Security Disability, he may be restricted as to how much he can earn, and that could explain it.

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You need to determine the reason for the levy against your income.  Levies against income tax are routeinly based on unpaid child support in arrears.  If it was for an actual tax lien they would attach the payroll check and not just the income tax.  It could also be for other government related debts that you will need to figure out.  The levy will continue until the debt is paid.  If it is on your credit report or not has no bearing.

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