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Are you able to itemize?
Both interest rates are fairly low. Based on your income taxable income you are right on the edge of the 15% tax bracket. If you adjust the student loan by the 15% tax bracket you are actually paying a rate of 3.06. The mortgage rate drops to 3.61% when you considered the tax impact. If you are not receiving a tax benefit for the mortgage interest it may be a good idea to pay this amount off. For the student loan, my guess is you are able to make a return that would exceed the 3.06%.
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