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Jacki -- thanks, I'll check with the tax board. You are right in that the extra money would help pay for transportation back home (if nothing else)!! His schedule is so goofy and he is in so many extra-curricular activities (jazz band, comedy troupe, probe leader for new freshmen) plus he does struggle to get good grades, we decided it would be better for him to leave working to just summers and holiday breaks. He works hard at 2 jobs over the summer in order to make his ends meet. I'm not sure how long his "work-free" years at school will last and I sure don't want to lose that work/study option in his financial plan, so we may have to re-think all of this. Thanks for the info!! Judy
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