Stop Tax Offsets From Student Loan Default
Defaulting on your Federal student loans can have very severe consequences such as Federal tax offsets. A Federal Tax Offset is a procedure by which the US Department of Treasury seizes your income tax return and defers it to the US Department of Education to be used for payment of your defaulted Federal student loans.
How Can I Stop Tax Offsets?
By calling one of our experienced advocates, we can help you organize your Federal student loan payments and create a unique repayment plan that will suit your needs and help to stop Federal or State Tax Offsets that may occur due to your delinquent student loans.
What Other Government Benefits can be seized?
- Federal Travel Reimbursements
- Social Security Payments
- Federal Tax Refunds
- State Tax Refunds (In some cases.)
All of these payments are subject to garnishment if you are more than 270 days, or 9 months, behind on your student loan payments!