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SOCIAL SECURITY Q & A: Federal government can garnish benefits

Published 02/24/2012, Grand Forks Herald

Q. Can Social Security benefits be garnished? A. The federal government can garnish Social Security benefits in a few circumstances, including enforcement of child support or alimony obligations, court ordered restitution, to collect unpaid federal taxes and to satisfy current year federal income tax liability.

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