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You may want to take a look at the option of using the loan proceeds to make some investments. Usually the IRS requires an offset of earnings against interest when money is borrowed and invested. However, if there is a way of using money from some other source for the investments, even if borrowed money is used to buy or pay for that other source (such as a sale of something to parents, and later buy back).

Jim
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