topic [Information added from Super User Carl 4:55 am 4-4-17 PS... in Education https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/college-education/discussion/information-added-from-super-user-carl-4-55-am-4-4-17-ps/01/774126#M21322 <P>[Information added from Super User Carl 4:55 am 4-4-17 PST]</P><P>If the parent is claiming the student as a dependent on their (the parents) income tax return, then the parent enters the 1098-T Tuition form on their (the parents) income tax return.</P><P> <B>Before you enter the 1098-T form, here's some important info you need to know:</B> <BR /> </P><UL> <LI>If the student on the 1098-T is your dependent, enter the 1098-T on&nbsp;<STRONG>your&nbsp;</STRONG>return, even if your dependent paid the tuition.</LI> <LI>If the student on the 1098-T is you, and you're not being claimed as a dependent, enter the 1098-T on&nbsp;<STRONG>your</STRONG>&nbsp;return unless your employer paid for or reimbursed your tuition (in which case, just keep the 1098-T with your tax records).</LI> <LI>Enter your 1098-T&nbsp;<STRONG>exactly "as is"</STRONG>&nbsp;even if the amounts are wrong (this is common). Don't worry, we'll give you the opportunity to enter all your expenses later.</LI> <LI>Don't enter a "0" in any boxes that are blank, as this will generate errors.&nbsp;<STRONG>Leave blank boxes blank</STRONG>.</LI> </UL><P> <BR /> </P><P> <A href="https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/4318732" target="_blank">https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/4318732</A> <BR /> </P><P> <B> <I> <U> <BR /> </U> </I> </B> </P><P> <B> <I> <U>Now let's enter that 1098-T form:</U> </I> </B> </P><OL> <LI>Open (continue) your return, if you're not already in it.</LI> <LI>In TurboTax, search for&nbsp;<STRONG>1098T</STRONG>&nbsp;(lower-case works also) and then click or tap the "Jump to" link&nbsp;in the search results.</LI> <LI>Answer any education questions that pop up (enrollment status, name of school, and so forth).<UL><LI>If you land on the&nbsp;<EM>Education Expenses Summary</EM>&nbsp;screen, click or tap&nbsp;<STRONG>Edit&nbsp;</STRONG>next to the student in question, then edit the Tuition item.</LI></UL> </LI> <LI>At the&nbsp;<EM>Did you get a 1098-T?</EM>&nbsp;screen, answer&nbsp;<STRONG>Yes&nbsp;</STRONG>and continue.</LI> </OL><P>After you enter your 1098-T, we'll ask about other expenses (books, supplies, equipment) and financial aid.</P><DIV> <B>Related Information:</B><UL><LI><A href="https://ttlc.intuit.com/questions/SLN96829?legacy=true" target="_blank">"You must fix errors on this page before continuing." when entering 1098-T</A></LI></UL> </DIV> Fri, 07 Jun 2019 22:55:08 GMT HelenaC 2019-06-07T22:55:08Z Who enters the 1098T form, the parent or student? https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/college-education/discussion/who-enters-the-1098t-form-the-parent-or-student/01/774118#M21321 Fri, 07 Jun 2019 22:55:07 GMT https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/college-education/discussion/who-enters-the-1098t-form-the-parent-or-student/01/774118#M21321 ddudley2 2019-06-07T22:55:07Z [Information added from Super User Carl 4:55 am 4-4-17 PS... https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/college-education/discussion/information-added-from-super-user-carl-4-55-am-4-4-17-ps/01/774126#M21322 <P>[Information added from Super User Carl 4:55 am 4-4-17 PST]</P><P>If the parent is claiming the student as a dependent on their (the parents) income tax return, then the parent enters the 1098-T Tuition form on their (the parents) income tax return.</P><P> <B>Before you enter the 1098-T form, here's some important info you need to know:</B> <BR /> </P><UL> <LI>If the student on the 1098-T is your dependent, enter the 1098-T on&nbsp;<STRONG>your&nbsp;</STRONG>return, even if your dependent paid the tuition.</LI> <LI>If the student on the 1098-T is you, and you're not being claimed as a dependent, enter the 1098-T on&nbsp;<STRONG>your</STRONG>&nbsp;return unless your employer paid for or reimbursed your tuition (in which case, just keep the 1098-T with your tax records).</LI> <LI>Enter your 1098-T&nbsp;<STRONG>exactly "as is"</STRONG>&nbsp;even if the amounts are wrong (this is common). Don't worry, we'll give you the opportunity to enter all your expenses later.</LI> <LI>Don't enter a "0" in any boxes that are blank, as this will generate errors.&nbsp;<STRONG>Leave blank boxes blank</STRONG>.</LI> </UL><P> <BR /> </P><P> <A href="https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/4318732" target="_blank">https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/4318732</A> <BR /> </P><P> <B> <I> <U> <BR /> </U> </I> </B> </P><P> <B> <I> <U>Now let's enter that 1098-T form:</U> </I> </B> </P><OL> <LI>Open (continue) your return, if you're not already in it.</LI> <LI>In TurboTax, search for&nbsp;<STRONG>1098T</STRONG>&nbsp;(lower-case works also) and then click or tap the "Jump to" link&nbsp;in the search results.</LI> <LI>Answer any education questions that pop up (enrollment status, name of school, and so forth).<UL><LI>If you land on the&nbsp;<EM>Education Expenses Summary</EM>&nbsp;screen, click or tap&nbsp;<STRONG>Edit&nbsp;</STRONG>next to the student in question, then edit the Tuition item.</LI></UL> </LI> <LI>At the&nbsp;<EM>Did you get a 1098-T?</EM>&nbsp;screen, answer&nbsp;<STRONG>Yes&nbsp;</STRONG>and continue.</LI> </OL><P>After you enter your 1098-T, we'll ask about other expenses (books, supplies, equipment) and financial aid.</P><DIV> <B>Related Information:</B><UL><LI><A href="https://ttlc.intuit.com/questions/SLN96829?legacy=true" target="_blank">"You must fix errors on this page before continuing." when entering 1098-T</A></LI></UL> </DIV> Fri, 07 Jun 2019 22:55:08 GMT https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/college-education/discussion/information-added-from-super-user-carl-4-55-am-4-4-17-ps/01/774126#M21322 HelenaC 2019-06-07T22:55:08Z what about when the child has taxable scholarship amounts... https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/college-education/discussion/what-about-when-the-child-has-taxable-scholarship-amounts/01/774134#M21323 what about when the child has taxable scholarship amounts and is required to file.&nbsp;&nbsp;in that case don't both the child and the parent return have to have the 1098-T entered on each return along with the fact that parent is claiming the child as a dependent and the child is not claiming self? Fri, 07 Jun 2019 22:55:10 GMT https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/college-education/discussion/what-about-when-the-child-has-taxable-scholarship-amounts/01/774134#M21323 dclay140264 2019-06-07T22:55:10Z <a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="https://ttlc.intu... https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/college-education/discussion/a-rel-nofollow-target-blank-href-https-ttlc-intu/01/774156#M21326 &lt;a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="<A href="https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/4318732&quot;&gt;https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/4318732&lt;/a" target="_blank">https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/4318732"&gt;https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/4318732&lt;/a</A>&gt; Fri, 07 Jun 2019 22:55:12 GMT https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/college-education/discussion/a-rel-nofollow-target-blank-href-https-ttlc-intu/01/774156#M21326 HelenaC 2019-06-07T22:55:12Z
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<P>[Information added from Super User Carl 4:55 am 4-4-17 PST]</P><P>If the parent is claiming the student as a dependent on their (the parents) income tax return, then the parent enters the 1098-T Tuition form on their (the parents) income tax return.</P><P> <B>Before you enter the 1098-T form, here's some important info you need to know:</B> <BR /> </P><UL> <LI>If the student on the 1098-T is your dependent, enter the 1098-T on&nbsp;<STRONG>your&nbsp;</STRONG>return, even if your dependent paid the tuition.</LI> <LI>If the student on the 1098-T is you, and you're not being claimed as a dependent, enter the 1098-T on&nbsp;<STRONG>your</STRONG>&nbsp;return unless your employer paid for or reimbursed your tuition (in which case, just keep the 1098-T with your tax records).</LI> <LI>Enter your 1098-T&nbsp;<STRONG>exactly "as is"</STRONG>&nbsp;even if the amounts are wrong (this is common). Don't worry, we'll give you the opportunity to enter all your expenses later.</LI> <LI>Don't enter a "0" in any boxes that are blank, as this will generate errors.&nbsp;<STRONG>Leave blank boxes blank</STRONG>.</LI> </UL><P> <BR /> </P><P> <A href="https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/4318732" target="_blank">https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/4318732</A> <BR /> </P><P> <B> <I> <U> <BR /> </U> </I> </B> </P><P> <B> <I> <U>Now let's enter that 1098-T form:</U> </I> </B> </P><OL> <LI>Open (continue) your return, if you're not already in it.</LI> <LI>In TurboTax, search for&nbsp;<STRONG>1098T</STRONG>&nbsp;(lower-case works also) and then click or tap the "Jump to" link&nbsp;in the search results.</LI> <LI>Answer any education questions that pop up (enrollment status, name of school, and so forth).<UL><LI>If you land on the&nbsp;<EM>Education Expenses Summary</EM>&nbsp;screen, click or tap&nbsp;<STRONG>Edit&nbsp;</STRONG>next to the student in question, then edit the Tuition item.</LI></UL> </LI> <LI>At the&nbsp;<EM>Did you get a 1098-T?</EM>&nbsp;screen, answer&nbsp;<STRONG>Yes&nbsp;</STRONG>and continue.</LI> </OL><P>After you enter your 1098-T, we'll ask about other expenses (books, supplies, equipment) and financial aid.</P><DIV> <B>Related Information:</B><UL><LI><A href="https://ttlc.intuit.com/questions/SLN96829?legacy=true" target="_blank">"You must fix errors on this page before continuing." when entering 1098-T</A></LI></UL> </DIV>
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<P>[Information added from Super User Carl 4:55 am 4-4-17 PST]</P><P>If the parent is claiming the student as a dependent on their (the parents) income tax return, then the parent enters the 1098-T Tuition form on their (the parents) income tax return.</P><P> <B>Before you enter the 1098-T form, here's some important info you need to know:</B> <BR /> </P><UL> <LI>If the student on the 1098-T is your dependent, enter the 1098-T on&nbsp;<STRONG>your&nbsp;</STRONG>return, even if your dependent paid the tuition.</LI> <LI>If the student on the 1098-T is you, and you're not being claimed as a dependent, enter the 1098-T on&nbsp;<STRONG>your</STRONG>&nbsp;return unless your employer paid for or reimbursed your tuition (in which case, just keep the 1098-T with your tax records).</LI> <LI>Enter your 1098-T&nbsp;<STRONG>exactly "as is"</STRONG>&nbsp;even if the amounts are wrong (this is common). Don't worry, we'll give you the opportunity to enter all your expenses later.</LI> <LI>Don't enter a "0" in any boxes that are blank, as this will generate errors.&nbsp;<STRONG>Leave blank boxes blank</STRONG>.</LI> </UL><P> <BR /> </P><P> <A href="https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/4318732" target="_blank">https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/4318732</A> <BR /> </P><P> <B> <I> <U> <BR /> </U> </I> </B> </P><P> <B> <I> <U>Now let's enter that 1098-T form:</U> </I> </B> </P><OL> <LI>Open (continue) your return, if you're not already in it.</LI> <LI>In TurboTax, search for&nbsp;<STRONG>1098T</STRONG>&nbsp;(lower-case works also) and then click or tap the "Jump to" link&nbsp;in the search results.</LI> <LI>Answer any education questions that pop up (enrollment status, name of school, and so forth).<UL><LI>If you land on the&nbsp;<EM>Education Expenses Summary</EM>&nbsp;screen, click or tap&nbsp;<STRONG>Edit&nbsp;</STRONG>next to the student in question, then edit the Tuition item.</LI></UL> </LI> <LI>At the&nbsp;<EM>Did you get a 1098-T?</EM>&nbsp;screen, answer&nbsp;<STRONG>Yes&nbsp;</STRONG>and continue.</LI> </OL><P>After you enter your 1098-T, we'll ask about other expenses (books, supplies, equipment) and financial aid.</P><DIV> <B>Related Information:</B><UL><LI><A href="https://ttlc.intuit.com/questions/SLN96829?legacy=true" target="_blank">"You must fix errors on this page before continuing." when entering 1098-T</A></LI></UL> </DIV>
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what about when the child has taxable scholarship amounts and is required to file.&nbsp;&nbsp;in that case don't both the child and the parent return have to have the 1098-T entered on each return along with the fact that parent is claiming the child as a dependent and the child is not claiming self?
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