Hi there, A Pell grant does not need to be reported on your tax return, if you satisfy two IRS requirements that apply to all scholarships and grants:
You must be enrolled in a program as a degree candidate, or you must be pursuing a training program that prepares you for specific types of employment upon completion.
You must use the Pell grant only to pay for “qualified education expenses.”
For more info on Pell grants and tax implications, check out this article: https://turbotax.intuit.com/tax-tips/college-and-education/do-you-have-to-claim-pell-grant-money-on-your-taxes/L1o1gkP7K Also, if your taxable scholarship amount was not reported on a Form 1098-T, you can see the steps for entering the scholarship amount into TurboTax is as follows:
Log in to your TurboTax Online account, or open your TurboTax CD/Download program
Choose Take me to my return
Click on Federal Taxes
Click on Wages & Income
Locate Less Common Income and click Show more
Locate and click to Start next to Miscellaneous Income, 1099-A, 1099-C
Answer Yes to Did you receive any other wages?
On the following screen you will locate Other reportable income and click Start
Then you will enter SCH in the description box and the amount
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