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 Criteria for Garnished Wages?

Answer When wages are garnished, it means a lender, a creditor or tax collector has sought repayment by requiring a person's employer to divert some of his earnings toward a debt. State and federal laws g... Read More »
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How much of your wages can be garnished?

A wage garnishment is the process by which a creditor can demand that your employer withhold a portion of your earnings every pay period to satisfy a debt. Title III of the Consumer Credit Protecti... Read More »
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Can unemployment wages be garnished?

Federal law prohibits creditors from garnishing unemployment wages, with the exception of two cases. The only time unemployment wages can be garnished is if the judgment is for child or spousal sup... Read More »
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How much of your wages can be legally garnished?

Legally, the amount of a wage garnishment to satisfy a private debt varies according to your income. This amount is determined in a court hearing. Types of private debt includes bank loans, credit... Read More »
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How much can be garnished from wages in Minnesota?

Acccording to bcsalliance.com, 75 percent of your disposable earnings or up to 40 times the current minimum wage--whichever is greater--is exempt from garnishment in the state of Minnesota. If you ... Read More »
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