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The Department of Revenue can take your tax return to pay back child support. When you are required to pay court-ordered child support and you fail to make timely payments, your support obligation goes into arrears. The arrears is the number you owe in back child support. The Department of Revenue has many ways to make you pay. They can intercept your tax return. This means the IRS sends the Department of Revenue your tax return money so that the department can pay your child support arrears. Typically, you will not know about this until you don't get the money from the return. The good news is the money from your return will lower the amount of child support arrears. The bad news is that you don't get your tax return.
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