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Cathy,

I'm no tax advisor, but I suspect this will not impact the taxes owed by your son. I've put four through college and it has never been an issue on my children's taxes.

If you are using a tax prep software program, which in the case of your son will probably be free, you should try each scenario and see if the taxes owed differ in the end.

-Pete
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