Tax interception

Tax refund offsets are one of the government’s powerful tools to collect federal student loans. The government may take your income tax refund if you are in default. A number of states also have laws that authorize state guaranty agencies to take state income tax refunds. Computer records of all borrowers in default are sent to the I.R.S. Borrowers in default can expect to have all or a portion of their tax refund taken and applied automatically to federal student loan debt.

We can stop the tax refund offsets from happening while we request the Department of Education to review your claim against your current or former school for possible violations of certain laws.

Click the link below to setup your free consultation now to check your eligibility for this program.