20 CFR § 408.941 - Will we notify you before we refer an SVB overpayment for tax refund offset?
Before we request that an overpayment be collected by reduction of Federal and State income tax refunds, we will send a written notice of our action to the overpaid person. In our notice of intent to collect an overpayment through tax refund offset, we will state:
(a) The amount of the overpayment; and
(b) That we will collect the overpayment by requesting that the Department of the Treasury reduce any amounts payable to the overpaid person as refunds of Federal and State income taxes by an amount equal to the amount of the overpayment unless, within 60 calendar days from the date of our notice, the overpaid person:
(1) Repays the overpayment in full; or
(2) Provides evidence to us at the address given in our notice that the overpayment is not past due or legally enforceable; or
(3) Asks us to waive collection of the overpayment under section 204(b) of the Act.
(c) The conditions under which we will waive recovery of an overpayment under section 808(c) of the Act;
(d) That we will review any evidence presented that the overpayment is not past due or not legally enforceable;
(e) That you have the right to inspect and copy our records related to the overpayment as determined by us and you will be informed as to where and when the inspection and copying can be done after we receive notice from you requesting inspection and copying.