Legal Question in Tax Law in Texas

can virginia garnish my bank account for state taxes even if i live in texas"

Asked on 3/18/13, 8:59 am

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Robert Perez Perez Law Office, PLLC
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Generally, a state has the power to seize any of your assets within that state to satisfy a valid tax lien. Even though you reside in Texas, if your bank has a branch in Virginia, that connection to the state is usually enough to allow the state to garnish your bank account. Sorry!

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Answered on 3/18/13, 11:31 am

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