29 CFR 20.110 - Referral to IRS for tax refund offset.
(a) By the date and in the manner prescribed by the IRS the Department will refer for tax refund offset the following information on past-due legally enforceable debts:
(1) Whether the debtor is an individual or a business entity;
(2) Name and taxpayer identification number (SSN or EIN) of the debtor who is responsible for the debt;
(3) The amount of the debt;
(4) The date on which the debt became past-due;
(5) Department-level, sub-Department-level and (as appropriate) account identifiers.
(b) As necessary to reflect changes in the status of debts/debtors referred for tax refund offset, the Department will submit updated information at the times and in the manner prescribed by IRS. The original submission described in paragraph (a) of this section will not be changed to increase the amount of the debt or to refer additional debtors.
(c) Amounts erroneously offset will be refunded by the Department or IRS in accordance with the Memorandum of Understanding.
Title 29 published on 2015-07-01
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