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sea2lv
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Where do I submit my 1098-T?

 
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MinhT1
Employee Tax Expert

Where do I submit my 1098-T?

To enter your form 1098-T in TurboTax, follow these steps:

  1. Open your tax return
  2. Click on Federal in the left panel.
  3. Click on Deductions & Credits at the top
  4. Scroll down to the Education section. Click Show more next to Scholarships, student loans, tuition (1098-E and 1098-T).
  5. Select Start next to Expenses and Scholarships (Form 1098-T) and follow the onscreen instructions to enter the form.
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deanras99
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Where do I submit my 1098-T?

Using Easy forms, it didn't let me enter my wife's 1098-T form. It listed it as grayed out with a $0 as the amount entered, even though I didn't enter anything. A bug? I had to enter it manually using the forms. I am married, filing jointly, not claiming the student as a dependent.

KrisD15
Employee Tax Expert

Where do I submit my 1098-T?

The 1098-T is entered in the "Education" section of the TurboTax program. (Under Tax Breaks) 

You may also use the search option by typing "1098-T" into the search box and then clicking the "Jump to 1098-T" link. 

 

If you indicate that you are NOT claiming the student, you will NOT be eligible to claim the education expenses towards an education credit. 

 

 

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