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The reason student loan interest doesn't appear on line 31900 of the T1 Comparative Summary is likely because it's treated differently for tax purposes. Student loan interest is typically claimed as a tax credit rather than a deduction, so it may not show up in the same section.
If you have more questions about your taxes or need assistance with any financial matters, you can consider reaching out to experts like a Mortgage Broker in Swindon. They can also provide valuable financial advice and help you navigate tax-related issues. They might be able to point you in the right direction for any tax-related concerns you have.

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You should be able to claim it in the right section of your return, so don't worry!  It's actually claimed as a tax credit on Schedule 1. So, don't worry, you're not missing anything – it's just in a different spot! If you assistance or have more questions, don't hesitate to consult with financial specialists. For example, you might want to reach out to Mortgage Broker Blackpool for expert advice on any tax or debt-related matters. They can help you navigate all the nuances and ensure you're on the right track.

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