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Author Topic: Income withholding screw-up?  (Read 1712 times)

superdad01

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Income withholding screw-up?
« on: Mar 29, 2008, 11:12:08 AM »
So according to the FOC I have been OVERPAYED for quite some time and when I was recently laid off for a period of 2 weeks no money should have been deducted from my unemployment. The FOC computers automatically generated a income withholding order and sent me a copy.

When I went down to FOC to straighen out the mess They informed me that the problem was fixed and they would send another Income withholding to my employer for a decrease to get my account back to zero overpayment. This took my childsupport from like 114.00 down to 91.00 per week. I am supposed to pay 476 per month. From my understanding when I no longer had the overpayment then my support would be going back to the the origninal order.

Now the ex calls me the other day and asks me if their is a problem at work? She says she is not getting all the childsupport she is supposed too. (Get a job) and to see what's going on. She says the FOC stated that my payroll is taking out the wrong amount.

So did FOC not send another income holding withholder? I dunno. Problem is I don't get out of work early enough to even get down to the foc.


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RE: Income withholding screw-up?
« Reply #1 on: Mar 29, 2008, 11:21:03 AM »
be carefull, there mistakes are at youre cost, and in the end youre still held accountable.

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RE: Income withholding screw-up?
« Reply #2 on: Mar 30, 2008, 07:38:49 PM »
Well if I was to faul behind woulden't the foc computers automatically generate another income withholding order?

 

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