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mistyalderman36
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I filed married filing jointly IRS intercepted my refund for my husband's Child Support debt, but he had No income. How do I get the rest of my refund back from the IRS?

 
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KarenL2
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I filed married filing jointly IRS intercepted my refund for my husband's Child Support debt, but he had No income. How do I get the rest of my refund back from the IRS?

You can file Form 8379 for Injured Spouse Relief.  You will need to print it and mail the form. Try it in the software, if that doesn't work, the actual form and instructions link is below.

How do I file Form 8379, Injured Spouse Allocation?

https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/3326788

If that doesn’t work, you can find Form 8379 Injured Spouse Allocation in this area:

  • Federal Taxes tab (Personal Tab in the Home & Business version of TurboTax)
  • Other Tax Situations
  • scroll down to Other Tax Forms
  • then, Miscellaneous Tax form (select Start or Update)
  • then, Report an Injured or Innocent spouse claim (select Start)


Here is an IRS article
 "Seven Facts About Injured Spouse Relief" that my interest you  

IRS Injured Spouse Relief

Also, see these IRS Form 8379 Injured Spouse and Instructions Form 8379 Allocation .


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