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in response to a notice of a non-judicial wage garnishment by the Department. garnishment as described above, a borrower may object to the amount … Retreive Document
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I’m confused about wage garnishment?!?
I’m looking for information on Illinois wage garnishment laws. This is what I found : WAGE GARNISHMENT EXEMPTION: 15% of gross wages or disposable earnings up to 45 times the federal minimum hourly wage ($5.15), whichever is greater
Does this mean 85% of pay IS GARNISHABLE?
Thanks for your really stupid answer.
Thank u star. very informative.
No that just means that they will take 15% and leave you with 85%
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