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My first thought is to take a home equity loan, but the rates are higher than what my loans are at so that doesn't make a lot of sense

Are you comparing the after-tax rate of the home equity loan with the lower, non-deductible(or partly deductible), student loan rate?

If my property management business for this one unit were to have a tuition reimbursement program could my student loan payments fall under this and become tax deductible? Would this be a defendable strategy?

I'm gonna take a pass on this question...

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