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My Arkansas refund was less than it should have been. What happened?

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My Arkansas refund was less than it should have been. What happened?

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If you, your spouse, or former spouse owes a debt to one of the agencies below, all or part of your refund is subject to being withheld to satisfy the debt. You will receive a letter by mail advising which agency has claimed your refund.

  • Any housing authority
  • Arkansas circuit, county, district, or city courts
  • AR colleges, universities, and technical institutes
  • County tax collectors or treasurers
  • Department of Finance and Administration
  • Department of Higher Education
  • Department of Human Services
  • Employee Benefits Division of DFA
  • Internal Revenue Service
  • Office of Child Support Enforcement
  • Office of Personnel Management of DFA

It is the agency's responsibility to refund any set off amount paid to the agency in error.
If you owe a debt for Arkansas income tax, your federal refund may be captured to satisfy your state income tax debt.


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Views: 903 Created on: Jun 15, 2013
Date updated: Dec 19, 2018
Posted in: States, Arkansas

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