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Misphit
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Parental Claimed Dependant Tax forms

If my parents claimed my 1098-Q and 1098-T on their return, do I have to enter them on my return?

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JohnW222
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Parental Claimed Dependant Tax forms

If they filed their return using this data, then you wouldn’t enter it on your own return.

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MaryK4
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Parental Claimed Dependant Tax forms

Probably not, if they are claiming you as a dependent, they would use the information for the Education Credits.  You may want to ask them to be sure.

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Misphit
Level 1

Parental Claimed Dependant Tax forms

since they already did, does that mean file my return without entering the data, or ask the IRS?

JohnW222
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Parental Claimed Dependant Tax forms

If they filed their return using this data, then you wouldn’t enter it on your own return.

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