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Old 12-29-2017, 01:29 PM
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Student Loan Interest Deduction

For the year 2017 I had ~$3000 in interest accrue on my student loans, but I was unemployed for most of the year so I wasn't making payments. Now that I have a job I would like to make a payment against that interest to deduct on my taxes, but the issue is that interest has already been capitalized. Is there any way I can make a payment do deduct that interest on my upcoming tax return?

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