Q&A: can i file taxes with my husband if i owe student loans?

Question by mrs. MJ: can i file taxes with my husband if i owe student loans?
i owe student loans and i receive a letter saying that my tax refund will be garnished last year it wasn’t garnished. will my husband be punished with his tax refund?

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Answer by kittykat9939
yes he will. becuz u are married, they will take it out of his tax refund

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2 thoughts on “Q&A: can i file taxes with my husband if i owe student loans?”

  1. Yes, if you file jointly, it probably will be.

    You two need to stop having so much withheld. That is, if you have no refund, there is no refund to be garnished. It’s not that hard to project what your taxes will be, so minimize the withholdings and plan to owe a little instead.

  2. If you file a joint tax return and you owe a student loan, and if the government garnishes your retun for you loan, whatever you and your husband are to get back, the government will take whatever they need to satisfy what you owe. Since it will be a joint return, they can take whatever it takes to satisfy what you owe. If you file jointly, the government can garnish both of you for what you owe on your student loan, if they so desire..

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