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I was due a refund, but I received a notice from your office informing me that my refund was applied to pay a debt I owed to another agency. What can I do if I disagree with this action or have any questions?

Contact the agency identified in the notice that you received from our office. North Dakota’s income tax refund offset law provides that an individual income tax refund must be applied to offset (or reduce) a debt that the taxpayer owes to a state or federal agency specifically identified in that law. The agency identified in the notice that you received is one of the agencies identified in the law. Our office is unable to assist you with any questions or problems relating to the debt to the other agency.

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Ryan Rauschenberger
Tax Commissioner
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FAQ Articles

I was due a refund, but I received a notice from your office informing me that my refund was applied to pay a debt I owed to another agency. What can I do if I disagree with this action or have any questions?

Contact the agency identified in the notice that you received from our office. North Dakota’s income tax refund offset law provides that an individual income tax refund must be applied to offset (or reduce) a debt that the taxpayer owes to a state or federal agency specifically identified in that law. The agency identified in the notice that you received is one of the agencies identified in the law. Our office is unable to assist you with any questions or problems relating to the debt to the other agency.

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