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If i am in repayment and did not take out any new student loans last year, should I put the total amount of loans I took out total to pay for college?

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Entire the total amount of qualified student loans used to pay for *** post secondary education - enter the original amount, not the remainder balances. 

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If i am in repayment and did not take out any new student loans last year, should I put the total amount of loans I took out total to pay for college?

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If i am in repayment and did not take out any new student loans last year, should I put the total amount of loans I took out total to pay for college?

On my state returns section regarding my student loans.

Edit : enter not entire *** in the original question
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If i am in repayment and did not take out any new student loans last year, should I put the total amount of loans I took out total to pay for college?

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If i am in repayment and did not take out any new student loans last year, should I put the total amount of loans I took out total to pay for college?

That question wants you to enter the total amount of loans you took out to pay for college. The amount you still owe or repaid is not relevant. 

The amount of student debt that this credit is based on is limited to 5,000, so your state credit will be based on the lesser of 5,000 or the total amount of student loans you took out. 

https://www.revenue.state.mn.us/individuals/individ_income/Pages/StudentLoanCredit.aspx