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I'm trying to get my fiance's monthly bills down and her taxes straightened out. She currently pays around $300 a month for student loans ($35K left).

Is any part of that tax deductable? Also can you refinance student loans to take advantage of interest rates? Her credit score is almost 800 so I would really like her to take advantage of that score.

Thanks all!
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