topic My wife makes monthly payments to Navient. We had our refund offset because of delinquent student loans. How can we fight this and get at lest some of the return back? in Retirement tax questions https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/retirement/discussion/my-wife-makes-monthly-payments-to-navient-we-had-our-refund-offset-because-of-delinquent-student/01/804116#M74872 Sat, 08 Jun 2019 00:32:24 GMT jodom16 2019-06-08T00:32:24Z My wife makes monthly payments to Navient. We had our refund offset because of delinquent student loans. How can we fight this and get at lest some of the return back? https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/retirement/discussion/my-wife-makes-monthly-payments-to-navient-we-had-our-refund-offset-because-of-delinquent-student/01/804116#M74872 Sat, 08 Jun 2019 00:32:24 GMT https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/retirement/discussion/my-wife-makes-monthly-payments-to-navient-we-had-our-refund-offset-because-of-delinquent-student/01/804116#M74872 jodom16 2019-06-08T00:32:24Z You have to talk to Navient.  They would have passed the... https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/retirement/discussion/you-have-to-talk-to-navient-they-would-have-passed-the/01/804121#M74873 <P>You have to talk to Navient. &nbsp;They would have passed the debt on to the Treasury Department Bureau of Fiscal Services, who perform the actual offset based on (in this case) Navient's instructions. &nbsp;It may be that your wife was considered delinquent even though she was making payments (if she was past due for example) or it could be an error. At worst, the amount withheld should be credited to her account and reduce her future debt and payments.</P> Sat, 08 Jun 2019 00:32:25 GMT https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/retirement/discussion/you-have-to-talk-to-navient-they-would-have-passed-the/01/804121#M74873 Opus 17 2019-06-08T00:32:25Z Can they file a injured spouse to save some of the refund? https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/retirement/discussion/can-they-file-a-injured-spouse-to-save-some-of-the-refund/01/804125#M74874 Can they file a injured spouse to save some of the refund? Sat, 08 Jun 2019 00:32:27 GMT https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/retirement/discussion/can-they-file-a-injured-spouse-to-save-some-of-the-refund/01/804125#M74874 VolvoGirl 2019-06-08T00:32:27Z That would be another option yes of course.  But if they... https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/retirement/discussion/that-would-be-another-option-yes-of-course-but-if-they/01/804129#M74875 That would be another option yes of course.&nbsp;&nbsp;But if they think no debt was delinquent and the offset was in error, the place to start is Navient.&nbsp;&nbsp;If Navient can show that they were justified in requesting the offset (or the taxpayers decide not to fight Navient) then an injured spouse form would be the next step, assuming the original student loan debt was incurred before the marriage.&nbsp;&nbsp; Sat, 08 Jun 2019 00:32:28 GMT https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/retirement/discussion/that-would-be-another-option-yes-of-course-but-if-they/01/804129#M74875 Opus 17 2019-06-08T00:32:28Z
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<P>You have to talk to Navient. &nbsp;They would have passed the debt on to the Treasury Department Bureau of Fiscal Services, who perform the actual offset based on (in this case) Navient's instructions. &nbsp;It may be that your wife was considered delinquent even though she was making payments (if she was past due for example) or it could be an error. At worst, the amount withheld should be credited to her account and reduce her future debt and payments.</P>
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That would be another option yes of course.&nbsp;&nbsp;But if they think no debt was delinquent and the offset was in error, the place to start is Navient.&nbsp;&nbsp;If Navient can show that they were justified in requesting the offset (or the taxpayers decide not to fight Navient) then an injured spouse form would be the next step, assuming the original student loan debt was incurred before the marriage.&nbsp;&nbsp;
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