Are student loan payments tax-deductible?

In most cases, student loan payments are not tax-deductible as a personal expense. However, there may be certain tax benefits available to individuals with student loans, depending on their country’s tax laws and regulations.

It’s recommended to consult with a tax professional or seek guidance from your local tax authority to determine what tax benefits, if any, you may be eligible for as a student loan borrower. Additionally, be sure to keep detailed records of your student loan expenses and any related documentation to support any tax benefits claims.

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