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Old 02-24-2008, 10:47 PM
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Will the IRS reduce the Rebate check to me if I owe back taxes?

I have a previous tax liabilty, would this affect the amount or timing of my rebate check?

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Old 02-24-2008, 10:55 PM
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Will the IRS reduce the Rebate check to me if I owe back taxes?

Many Tax experts strongly believe that the IRS would always have the ability to apply the rebate checks that you would be receiving to pay a prior years income tax liability or even other tax liabilities such as unpaid payroll tax liabilities.

So, in your case, I would not count on the Tax Rebate check arriving in its entirety, expect a deduction for past tax liabilities, and if this exceeds your Rebate amount, then do not expect to receive a refund!

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