Went to a computer school in 1988, I got a 4600 student loan, which I didn’t pay but from 1991 until 2016 my income tax was taken, that stopped in 2016,
Now I’ve received notice at my job that I owe 16,000 on my student loan.
Soon after I finished the program the school was closed for fraud, with student loans.
What can I do about this the loan was paid 10 times over, now they want more.
What do I do now?
The fact your income tax refund was intercepted indicates to me this was a federal student loan.
The notice to your employer sounds like an Administrative Wage Garnishment (AWG) notice.
If this was truly a federal loan then nothing good is going to come from ignoring it. Any Social Security benefits you may receive in the future could be garnished if you don’t deal with this.
Because you attended the school so long ago, programs like closed school discharge don’t apply to your situation.
Logically, a reasonable course of action would be to rehabilitate your federal loans and get them on an Income-Drive Repayment (IDR) plan. This will stop the wage garnishment and avoid having future tax refunds or Social Security benefits intercepted.
IDR plans will keep you out of default but they are not perfect. See this.
If you were hoping for a perfect solution for student loan issues, as of now, it doesn’t exist.
You are not alone. I'm here to help. There is no need to suffer in silence. We can get through this. Tomorrow can be better than today. Don't give up.
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