Form 1098-T Information
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Form 1098-T is a federal IRS tax document that is provided to students who are eligible and have paid for qualified educational expenses in the preceding tax year. An eligible educational institution, such as a college or university, is required to report certain information to enrolled, matriculated students, on Form 1098-T in order to assist the students in calculating the Hope Scholarship tax credit, the Lifetime Learning tax credit or the Tuition and Fees tax deduction.
You can also read more about this tax form by visiting the IRS website at https://www.irs.gov/uac/form-1098-t-tuition-statement.
A statement will not be issued for:
No, as of Dec 14, 2020 the IRS has instructed educational institutions to not report CARES Act grant disbursements on the 1098-T form. These emergency grants are qualified disaster relief payments. As such, they do not count towards the student's gross income and students may not claim deductions for these amounts.
If you are eligible to receive a Form 1098-T, it will mailed or available for access online, by January 31st of the current year.
If you have opted into electronic delivery, you will be notified by email when your document is available. Once notified, follow the steps below to access your document:
If you have not opted into electronic delivery, a paper copy of the Form 1098-T document will be mailed to your address on file.
Below is an blank example of the form. The document that you receive may look different and will contain a section with additional instructions.
After receiving your document, please ensure that the Name, Address and SSN/ITIN are correct and up to date. If anything is not correct, contact the college to request a correction or to discuss any questions.