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I have two student loans with the same lender US Department of Education that's through Great Lakes. (they're both in my name) I've got two questions. Do I need to list the student interest on these two loan separately or can I combine the interest f... read more
Cfoust652 ‎Posted 2 hours ago | Latest post 55m ago by ColeenD3
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Will my Refund for the 2020 tax season be off set if I owe on my Student loans?
jandb1019 ‎Posted 2 hours ago | Latest post an hour ago by jandb1019
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My employer is a university who offers employees tuition coverage for attending courses and enrolling in degree seeking programs. I was reading the Education section on Working Fringe Benefits and saw that it indicated that employees who were pursuin... read more
zalera ‎Posted Friday | Latest post 3 hours ago by Hal_Al
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I turned 22 years old in 2020. I was enrolled in a college program all 12 months of 2020, but not at full-time status according to my college. I am I able to be claimed as a dependent?
meredith2998 ‎Posted yesterday | Latest post yesterday by Hal_Al
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I received a 1098 for our now-closed HELOC (as of Sept 2019), but Box 2, Outstanding mortgage principal, was $0. TurboTax isn't letting it be $0 or even $.01. I contacted my bank like I was advised, and they said it is correct because as of 12/31/19,... read more
mateosbaby ‎Posted March 18, 2020 | Latest post yesterday by ToddL99
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Is Age 19 daughter training to be a professional ballet dancer at Charlotte Ballet (not a college) considered a student?
DMC28 ‎Posted yesterday | Latest post yesterday by AnnetteB6
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I am the cosigner for my daughter's student loans. Am I able to deduct the interest that I have paid on these loans?
DBurge1737 ‎Posted yesterday | Latest post yesterday by Bsch4477
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This is one of the complex issues that I am having this year. So I am a 22-year-old full-time student living at my sister's home along with our parents. Now when I applied for FAFSA parents were claiming me as dependent on their taxes. Since they are... read more
abdulraffae ‎Posted yesterday | Latest post yesterday by Bsch4477
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She is now a senior and will graduate in May. She received a full scholarship for previous semesters from her University.
cooperalice06 ‎Posted yesterday | Latest post yesterday by Hal_Al
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Employer made a $10,000 payment to my loan on March 27th, the first day the tax break went into effect, but deducted taxes for the entire amount.
cdardick ‎Posted yesterday | Latest post yesterday by Hal_Al
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