Can the IRS take your refund if you owe student loans?

If your federal student loans are in default, the Department of Education can refer your account to the Department of Treasury for collection by an offset of your federal (and in some cases state) tax returns. The Department of Treasury can withhold the entire amount of your refund to satisfy the debt that is owed. If you filed a joint return, the IRS can and will withhold your spouse’s refund, although your spouse may be entitled to all or part of the refund offset.

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College Planning Services is a private company and is not affiliated with the department of education or any governmental entity. We are not a loan company. This link on our website is to assist you with your Federal Student Loan Debt. We have a network of affiliates (partnerships) that work together to provide you with multiple resources to get the assistance you need.