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I am in the process of filing for a wage garnishment again a previous employer and one of the forms as asking me to supply the interest rate that the outstanding balance will be increased by if not paid.

I have a judgement against them that lists the total amount but nothing that mentions the rate if there were to be no payment.

The official text is as follows:

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Is there some type of public standard rate out there that would be used in the event it is not explicitly mentioned?

Edit: I found this website : http://www.azd.uscourts.gov/efiling/post-judgment-interest-rates

It appears that I find the date that comes right after the judgement issue date and that is the interest rate? In this case it looks to be 2.34% per year?

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I am in the process of filing for a wage garnishment again a previous employer and one of the forms as asking me to supply the interest rate that the outstanding balance will be increased by if not paid.

I have a judgement against them that lists the total amount but nothing that mentions the rate if there were to be no payment.

The official text is as follows:

enter image description here

Is there some type of public standard rate out there that would be used in the event it is not explicitly mentioned?

I am in the process of filing for a wage garnishment again a previous employer and one of the forms as asking me to supply the interest rate that the outstanding balance will be increased by if not paid.

I have a judgement against them that lists the total amount but nothing that mentions the rate if there were to be no payment.

The official text is as follows:

enter image description here

Is there some type of public standard rate out there that would be used in the event it is not explicitly mentioned?

Edit: I found this website : http://www.azd.uscourts.gov/efiling/post-judgment-interest-rates

It appears that I find the date that comes right after the judgement issue date and that is the interest rate? In this case it looks to be 2.34% per year?

enter image description here

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Where could I find interest accrual rates for wage garnishments?

I am in the process of filing for a wage garnishment again a previous employer and one of the forms as asking me to supply the interest rate that the outstanding balance will be increased by if not paid.

I have a judgement against them that lists the total amount but nothing that mentions the rate if there were to be no payment.

The official text is as follows:

enter image description here

Is there some type of public standard rate out there that would be used in the event it is not explicitly mentioned?