my return was accepted does that mean my refund wont be offset?

my return was accepted does that mean my refund wont be offset for student loans?
  • Normally you will get notice from either the company or the agency that issues refunds for the IRS stating you will be offset prior to getting offset, it will not delay a refund if any after offset.  Sometimes on the WMR on the irs site it will put a tax topic under your refund dd date if there was an offset.
18003043107 is the IRS offset phone number
  • i have a tax topic under my dd date. Does that always mean an offset will occur?
  • LOL Open the tax topic and read it... it should tell you what its for
  • jennalibra, says state tax obligations, federal debts, or child support. Is this a guaranteed offset?
  • Could be.... Call the off set hotline you will need your ssn and it will give you a message either saying there are no debts found for your ssn which means that there are currently no offsets... Or it will give you the name and phone number of the agency that is intercepting your taxes and you can call them  to find out why and for how much.
    Offset Hotline: 800-304-3107
  • Yes it is a Guaranteed offset sorry to tell you.
no, acceptance only means the IRS was able to identify you.  It has nothing to do with offsetting any refund you might be due.
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