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Deduction of Student loan interest, did i lose the it?

I refinanced my daughters student loan into a private loan with just my name on the loan that had a much lower rate and better terms. However, afterwards, I didn’t get a 1098-e, and I was just realizing that perhaps I just lost that deduction by changing it into basically a regular loan. I didn’t sneak other money into it. it was just rolled over into the loan. So, did I lose the deduction, or can I still claim it, or still claim it and hope I don’t get audited over it. Thanks

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2 Responses to "Deduction of Student loan interest, did i lose the it?"

  1. michael971 says:
    yes you lost it.
  2. Pengy says:
    Not listed as a student loan, then no deduction sorry

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