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someone mentioned to me yesterday that a business can pay off a student loan and claim it as an expense (he said at the time he got his MBA it was something that many MBA's were getting employers to do). My situation is that DW has a 20K student loan and works for my company. Can I use company funds to pay it off as a business expense? Obviously I will ask my accountant too, but it is the weekend right now. :)
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