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Can Nco financial really take my tax return if i owe on a student loan?

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I owe about 3,000 on my student loan and I'm currently already making monthly payments on it. Just found out they took my 657.00 tax return, nothing written and haven't been called about them taking it. is that even legal? Can they do that and if not what can i do to get that back. I guess im just putting wishful thinking into use here. Thank you

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Student loan collectors have a pretty cozy relationship with the IRS because the student loans are usually federally insured. Usually, they only take your refund check if payments are delinquent.

I have never seen any of them give advance warning of their intention to take the refund check. Usually the IRS will just send you a letter of explanation after the fact.

Hope this perspective helps.

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Call the IRS helpline at 800-829-1040. If you don't get an answer call the Taxpayer Advocate Service toll-free phone number: 1-877-777-4778. Tax refunds can be garnished for student loans but that is all I know about it. Let me know what you find out. Robert90701@aol.com

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