Hi, my name is David Miles. I'm an enrolled agent with 2020 Tax Resolution. Today, I'm going to discuss with you if the IRS can withhold refunds for the payment to judgments. The short answer is no, it cannot. The IRS can only withhold money from refunds for certain government debts, such as taxes, student loan debt, and child support debt. However, a judgment creditor can garnish wages and levy money from a bank account. It's not uncommon for them to try doing that during filing season, assuming there may be a refund sitting in someone's bank account. If you are faced with a judgment creditor issue, consider meeting with your enrolled agent or other qualified tax professional. My name is David Miles, and I'm with 2020 Tax Resolution. Those are my thoughts on the IRS withholding refunds for the payment of judgment creditors. Thanks for watching.