What are Tax Intercepts?

McFarland Municipal Court uses the Tax Refund Interception Program (TRIP) as a means of collecting fines/forfeitures for violators failing to comply with the order of the Municipal Judge.

TRIP is allowed under Wisconsin Statutes 71.93 and 71.935. These Statutes authorize the Wisconsin Department of Revenue (DOR) to intercept taxpayer refunds, other refundable credits, and lottery prizes for certain state agency and local government debts. State agencies and local governments can participate in TRIP.

Learn more about the Tax Refund Interception Program.

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