Can I claim my college dependents 1098-t and 1098-e on my taxes

    Yes as to the 1098-T information.  Maybe as to the 1098-E student loan interest.

    1098-T -- You can claim the Education Credits/Deduction for anyone that you claim as a dependent on your return, even if someone else paid the expenses.  Of course, there are other tests for eligibility that must be met, but only you can claim them.

    1098-E -- The rule for claiming these are different.

    Generally, you can claim the deduction for student loan interest if all of the following requirements are met.

    1.  Your filing status is any filing status except married filing separately.

    2.  No one else is claiming an exemption for you on his or her tax return.

    3.  You are legally obligated to pay interest on a qualified student loan.

    4.  You paid interest on a qualified student loan.

    Of course, there are other limitations based on income but you have to start by meeting the above four tests.  If you don't meet them (let's say you didn't pay the interest) and your son paid the interest, then no one gets to deduct the student loan interest since your son didn't meet test 2.
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