How do you check someones income with social security number to collect civil judgment for verifed income?

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You may NOT receive any infiormation on anyone else from the IRS. Regardless of what you know or what your needs are. Not even a court order, if you could get one, directing the IRS to disclose info would be legal or enforceable.

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