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Can my Kansas state refund be seized to pay my outstanding debts?

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Can my Kansas state refund be seized to pay my outstanding debts?

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Kansas law provides that if you owe any delinquent debt (Kansas tax, child support, student loans, etc.) to a Kansas state agency, municipality, municipal court or district court, your income tax refund will be applied (set-off) to that delinquent debt. The set-off process will cause a 10 to 12 week delay to any remaining refund.

Unless the debt is a Kansas tax debt, KDOR will not have access to who the debt is owed to or how much is owed. You must contact the debtor setoff department at 785-296-4628 for that information.

 


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Views: 742 Created on: Jun 15, 2013
Date updated: Dec 26, 2018
Posted in: States, Kansas

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