How do i file my 1098=t form on turbo tax?

i dunno how to do it
    It depends upon which version of TurboTax you are using.  In general, however, you will go under the section called "deductions and credits".   There you may need to choose the option of "explore on my own" so that you can get to the screen called "Your 2011 deductions and credits".   Once you are there, you will need to scroll down to the "Education' Section.   The second item in that section is called "Education Expenses".   Go ahead and click on start or update next to that.   Once you do that, Turbo Tax will ask a series of questions.  You will need to answer those questions and click continue until you reach a screeen that asks for the School name and then a section will come up asking you to enter the 1098-T information.   This screen matches the boxes and other areas found on the 1098-T and you should enter the amounts accordingly.
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