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krdavis03
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My student loan interest was deducted on my federal taxes due to my income. My state taxes are asking what I paid. Do I enter the actual or reduced amount?

I live in VA
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DS30
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My student loan interest was deducted on my federal taxes due to my income. My state taxes are asking what I paid. Do I enter the actual or reduced amount?

Yes, use the full (actual) amount of your student loan interest paid during the tax year on your state income tax return. Even though your allowable student loan interest deduction was reduced on your federal income tax return, you will still report the full amount on your state income tax return.

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