Instead of your IRS Tax Refund, did you receive a letter stating your refund was garnished due to your spouse’s debt? If you are one of the many families who count on their refund to make ends meet, now what will you do?

Was Your IRS Tax Refund Garnished Due to Your Spouse's Debt?

Federal tax issues can be overwhelming, and downright confusing. If your filing status was “Married-Filing Jointly,” and your refund was garnished for your spouse’s past-due obligation, ASAP Tax may be able to help you. If it’s determined that you are not obligated to pay your spouse’s debt, you may be considered by the IRS to be an “Injured Spouse.” You may still qualify to receive your portion of the IRS Tax Refund.

You can trust the tax professionals at ASAP Tax to help you determine if the Injured Spouse Allocation Form is appropriate for your circumstances. We are continually sharpening our skills with professional training, and are up-to-date on IRS rules and regulations.

We will sit down with you, and go over the specifics of your and your spouse’s situation. Injured Spouse Allocation is a complex tax issue, and every case is unique. Know that we at ASAP Tax adhere to a high standard of excellence, and are here to assist you. We focus on providing high-quality service and customer satisfaction.

If you are in the Dallas area, and your IRS Tax Refund was garnished to pay your spouse’s obligations, please contact us.  You will be treated with dignity as we work to help you receive the refund you may be entitled to.