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Old 02-18-2013, 04:24 PM   #121
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Havent done them yet, but I'm hoping I don't owe.

If I get money back (I bought a house last year, so I should get some back), most of it will go toward marrying my gf and the rest toward savings
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Old 02-18-2013, 06:03 PM   #123
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Student loan interest is tax deductible. Your lenders should each give you a 1098 at the end of each year so that you can write off the interest.
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Old 02-18-2013, 07:35 PM   #126
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Student loan interest is tax deductible. Your lenders should each give you a 1098 at the end of each year so that you can write off the interest.
Not if you make over a certain amount.
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Nothing; I had my taxes accurately withheld from my paycheck and did not provide an interest free loan to the federal government.
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And that amount is pretty low. Basically if you have a real job.
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I already invested as much as I need. Student loans are not tax deductible, so I want to get rid of the higher interest ones. The ones below 4 percent, I am going to keep.
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Student loan interest is tax deductible. Your lenders should each give you a 1098 at the end of each year so that you can write off the interest.

Student loans are tax deductible. I have two student loans and they both sent me 1098 E forms with how much interest I paid over the past year. Unfortunately it's that's not enough to get a big refund, but it helps. They should've sent you the form on the mail, if not check your account online.
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Nothing; I almost had my taxes accurately withheld from my paycheck and did not provide an interest free loan to the federal government. Instead I am paying them $386.
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And that amount is pretty low. Basically if you have a real job.
Phase out occurs between $60K and $75K if a person is single, double if married filing jointly. Plenty of people still qualify for it in some way or another.
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Old 02-26-2013, 11:59 AM   #140
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