My husband owes back childsupport will they take my income tax since we filed married filing joint?
This could happen.
However, if you amend your 2015 return to include an Injured Spouse/Innocent
Spouse claim you can prevent the garnishment of the non-debtor spouse’s refund
to pay the debts of the debtor spouse.
The menu path for the Injured Spouse/Innocent Spouse claim
form is in Other Tax Situations>Miscellaneous Tax Forms>Start>Report
an injured or innocent spouse claim>Start.
When you file this claim with your return, the IRS receives
sufficient information to split the joint return refund between the
contributing spouses. This claim will
also protect the non-debtor spouse’s refund from garnishment. The joint return typically produces a lower
tax and a higher refund because the joint return tax rates are lower than the
married filing separately tax rates.