If An Individual Has Paid More Than $1,000 In Interest On Student Loans In 1998 And Is Otherwise Eligible To Take The Maximum Student Loan Interest Deduction, How Large A Deduction May The Individual Claim?

The individual's student loan interest deduction for 1998 is $1,000, provided the individual's modified adjusted gross income falls below the point where the deduction is reduced or eliminated.

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