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disaldivar31
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Student Loans

If my daughter already filed her taxes for 2019 and she was sent to offset for her student loan will they take all her refund or part of it during Cov 19?

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RobertG
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Student Loans

The stimulus payments will not be offset to cover student loans, so she should still get her stimulus check.

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RobertG
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Student Loans

The stimulus payments will not be offset to cover student loans, so she should still get her stimulus check.

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disaldivar31
Level 2

Student Loans

What about her 2019 tax refund?

 

KatrinaLO
Employee TurboTax Specialist

Student Loans

She'll get an explanatory letter from the Bureau of the Fiscal Service about her refund offset. The remainder of her refund will be processed as usual. An offset shouldn't delay it, unless her entire refund was applied to her debt.

 

There could be a few reason's why her tax refund is lower than expected. Please see the TurboTax FAQ below for more information on refund offsets:

https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/refunds/help/what-is-a-refund-offset/00/26301

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