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Using the loan for education expenses: You may use the loan money you receive only to pay for your education expenses at the school that is giving you the loan. Education expenses include school charges such as tuition, room and board, fees and indirect expenses such as books, supplies, equipment, dependent child care expenses, transportation and rental or purchase of a personal computer.

Wasn't that what Calidreaming did? Every time she and her husband got really low on money, and the credit cards were maxed out, she would go to school and take out the maximum in student loans, then continue to spend, spend, spend.

It was one of those scenarios where you had to wonder how they thought it would work out.

Nancy
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