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Hi y'all. This is my first ever post and I am not sure if I am posting to the correct board. I have a question about student loans and taxes. I managed to make it through college without taking out loans. However, the same is not true now that I am in grad school (I can't work an outside job due to the nature of my stipend). I was wondering if one had to report any student loans received on one's taxes as income and if so will I be expected to pay taxes on the loan since none were taken out of it to begin with. Thanks for your time. Any info would be of great help (the financial aid office here has no clue).

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