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Posted in Child Support on 9th January 2013

not take the student loan check that’s coming in the mail from irs?
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response from Beckee If
it, it will not be a check which has come in the mail. The IRS will take payment for delinquent student loans from tax refunds. I used to answer phones for IRS taxpayer service. We talked a lot of angry people who had registered for the school, and perhaps one day, they thought that they did not pay back the loan. Ha! More entertaining was the reaction of the other spouse when we explained that the tax refunds they were counting on were made to pay alimony. “What kid?” Classic!

response from Jss
If you owe student loans, you will not receive the rebate check. It is against the amount you owe will be set. For more information read the stimulus tax rebate: http://taxipay.blogspot.com/2008/04/list-of-articles.html

response by Judy If
it to factory state , is yes, it is. Otherwise it will not.

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