Can I Receive a Government Tax Refund If I Am Paying Last Year’s Taxes?
When you owe the government any back taxes you will not receive any future refunds until the debt is paid. The government will automatically apply any of your future tax refunds to the oldest debt you have. This will automatically happen even if you are current on your repayment schedule and have honored all ends to your repayment agreement. Your government tax refund will not replace your payments for the month that it is applied. When you are making payments on a government debt continue to do so monthly as if the extra payment was not applied.
Will I Get My government Tax Refund If I Am Behind On My Student Loans
If you have federally backed student loans that are behind in payment there is a good chance you will not receive your refund. The government will search their data bases for any federal, state or local taxes that may be due to the government. Once these places have been cleared they will check for student loans that are in arrears. If they find that you owe on your loans your refund will automatically be applied to the past due debt on these loans. The student loan holders may also petition the government to seize your refund if the debt is overdue.
Can I Fight The Seizure Of My government Tax Refund To Pay An Old Tax Bill TO The City
When a government tax refund is seized to pay for a tax debt at any level there is no chance, ever, of seeing that money again. What you will need to do however, is make copies of the amount that was paid to the tax authority so that you have proof that the debt has been paid on or paid off.
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