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Old 01-06-2015, 02:11 AM
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Student tax question

i! I have a question about any student loan or school supplies deductions. I currently have about $80,000 in student loans that I haven't started paying (I'm still in school) but it is accruing interest. I received the American opportunity credit for the 4 years of undergrad so I'm not eligible for that any longer. What can I claim now since I'm still a student (grad school)? Also, can I claim for school supplies like books? I appreciate the help!

*I don't know if this affects the answer but I am married and file married filing jointly.

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