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ON a defaulted student loan how can garnished income tax returns be stopped?

Jessie Thompson

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Kaitlin Dean on April 3, 2019

Government (backed) Student Loans (like a few other things...child support, legal fines, that type of thing) is given a special, very priority place as an obligation in most of the all matters...not even able to be dismissed or subject to a bankruptcy action. In reality, it is not the return, but rather the reimbursement is carried out (usually all of it) under a different to the right (offset) and is used for the debt, (however). It can be garnished up to a certain percentage of their going to profit...and if you don't have things like a refund coming to get a payment, (and still continues) to do so. Essentially, this means that is a debt that must be satisfied to prevent the continuation of the collection.. You can get help with your defaulted student loans by clicking on the link at the bottom of this text box.

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