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What is a 1098 T form?

A 1098 T form is a form submitted by post-secondary educational institutions that reports the qualified education expenses of each tuition-paying student. Eligible institutions complete the form and file it with the IRS, and send a copy to each respective student. The document helps students determine whether they or their parents/guardians can claim an education tax credit on their 1040 or 1040-SR forms.

Who should file the 1098 T form 2022?

Eligible educational institutions (colleges, universities, and other post-secondary schools) should file a 1098 T form to the IRS for each enrolled student who made a qualified tuition payment. Each student should also recieve a copy of their form.

The 1098 T form may affect what tax benefits students or their parents/legal guardians can claim when filing IRS forms 1040 and 1040-SR. However, it's an informational tuition report, so filers should not attach it to their individual tax returns.

What information do you need when you file the 1098 T form?

When preparing the 1098 T form, colleges and schools must complete two identical pages, one for the Internal Revenue Service and the other for a student who paid qualifying tuition fees. The institution filing should provide the following information:

  • The educational institution's name, address, telephone number, and employer identification number (EIN)
  • The student's name, address, and taxpayer identification number (TIN)
  • The student's account number within the filer's system for payment identification, and whether the student is enrolled at least half-time or is a graduate student
  • The total amount of payments received from the student during 2022 and any related refunds
  • Adjustments to the tuition fees reported in the previously filed college tax form
  • The amount of scholarships and grants the student received, and any adjustments made to them for a prior year

How do you fill out the 1098 T form in 2023?

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Is the 1098 T form accompanied by other forms?

Educational institutions must file their college tax form along with IRS Form 1096.

When is the 1098 T form due?

The deadline for sending the college tax report to each student is January 31, 2023. The due date for filing it to the IRS is March 31, 2023.

Where do I send the 1098 T form?

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So I have some bad news for you guys. If you have been taking advantage of education tax credits such as the American Opportunity Tax Credit or the Lifetime Learning credit, chances are you (or your tax preparer) have been calculating it all wrong. A few weeks ago, we posted a video on tax deductions for college students and in the comments we got a lot of questions about the 1098-T and how you use the 1098-T to calculate your tax credit. So this video is a follow-up to that video. So, if you haven’t seen that video, go watch that one first and come back to this one. It’s time to clear the air and learn how this is supposed to go. So here’s how a lot of people think the credit works. You put in the information from your 1098-T, subtracting your reported scholarships and grants in box 5 from the amount listed in either box 1 or box 2. That should give you the net amount of qualified expenses for which you can claim either the American Opportunity Tax Credit and/or Lifetime Learning Credit, right? WRONG. However, this is what a lot of tax preparers do and...
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