Garnishment Release Letter
This notice is sent to inform you that you have been released from the garnishment listed on the notice.
A garnishment release letter is sent when the garnishment listed in the letter has been paid in full. We also send this notice when you enter into an installment payment agreement to pay off the garnishment. The garnishment release letter only applies to the garnishment listed in the letter.
No action is required once you have been released from a garnishment.
For more information about garnishments, review the garnishment FAQs. If you have additional questions, call 1-877-252-3252.
The period and tax type of the garnishment that is being released will be listed on the notice. If you have other garnishments, those may still be in effect.
Your employer should return any amounts to you that they are still holding. Any overpayments we receive will be refunded directly to you. However, if you have other debts with us, the IRS, or another state agency, your overpayment will be applied to those debts.
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