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saladventure
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1098T from college in box 1. labeled (payments received for qualified tuition and related expenses) did not include full tuition and fees. Where do I include it.

 
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MinhT
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1098T from college in box 1. labeled (payments received for qualified tuition and related expenses) did not include full tuition and fees. Where do I include it.

If your box 1 of your form 1098-T does not show the correct amount paid, when filling out your form 1098-T in TurboTax, leave it blank on the entry screen.

Under box 1, on the 1098-T screen is a blue link: What if this is not what (student name) paid to this school? Click on that and you will be given a chance to enter what was actually paid in 2018 (see attached screenshot).

 


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MinhT
Expert Alumni

1098T from college in box 1. labeled (payments received for qualified tuition and related expenses) did not include full tuition and fees. Where do I include it.

If your box 1 of your form 1098-T does not show the correct amount paid, when filling out your form 1098-T in TurboTax, leave it blank on the entry screen.

Under box 1, on the 1098-T screen is a blue link: What if this is not what (student name) paid to this school? Click on that and you will be given a chance to enter what was actually paid in 2018 (see attached screenshot).

 


**Say "Thanks" by clicking the thumb icon in a post
**Mark the post that answers your question by clicking on "Mark as Best Answer"

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