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Old 03-07-2016, 04:57 PM
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CA. FTB earnings withholding order

Hello, my question is concerning a wage levy from the state. Can we claim it on our Federal 1040? If so, how? The amount for the year was substantial. Over 10,000. Thanks in advance!



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Old 03-07-2016, 07:23 PM
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No. Aslongas you have a delinquent balance, CA FTB may garnish the income owed to you by your employer or for a contracted service. It depends; If the garnishment was for something that is tax deductible, I mean i.e, property taxes or alimony , then you may deduct the amounts recovered though garnishment. Garnishments for business expenses would also be legitimately deductible on the business return or Sch C if you are a Sole owner.



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