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Federal Tax Refund Intercepts

Today I'm talking about Federal tax refund intercepts. If you're in default, you may not receive your Federal tax refund. Find out why and how to avoid it. . . .
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IBR, ICR, PAYE, and IBR. Wait, what?

Dealing with Federal loans means understanding industrial acronyms. But what do you do when the same acronym means different things - or multiple acronyms mean almost the same thing. Does a letter really make a difference? You bet it does! Today we'll discuss income driven plans - repayment based . . .
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Why Your Defaulted Federal Student Loans Could Cost You That Tax Refund

If you're a Federal Student Loan Borrower, and you haven't been making payments, be careful before filing your tax return. One of the collection tools available for defaulted federal student loans is called a Federal Income Tax Return Intercept. Depending on the status of your federal student . . .
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