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Asked by: bustermcleod
Go with the flow on Dec 30, 2012
Federal Student Loans = Yes.
Likely, no. Since they are getting money out of garnishing your wages.
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garyg7 on Dec 30, 2012
By “take my federal income taxes” you mean your refund, if you overpaid your taxes, right? If so, then they can and will seize your tax refund.
I hope this helps.
coraann on Dec 30, 2012
They can and they will.
They are most interested in available cash that would otherwise be paid to you, rather than
garnish wages only as they are earned.
Judy on Dec 30, 2012
Yes, up to the amount you still owe – and they almost surely will.
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tro on Dec 30, 2012
gov’t sponsored student loans in default are offset by federal refunds
if your wages are being garnished this is likely a loan not gov’t sponsored
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