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            Students who file taxes in the United States, or on whose behalf taxes are filed, may be eligible for a Lifetime Learning Tax Credit or the American Opportunity Credit to reduce the amount of federal tax to be paid. The 1098-T form provides information about qualified tuition and related deductions for eligible students.

             

            Form 1098-T

            AUP prepares a 1098-T form for all students for whom we have a US Social Security Number. Form 1098-T contains information which can be used to take deductions or claim an education credit to reduce US federal taxes.

            The 1098-T form is also provided to the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

             

            New in January 2019

            AUP changed its reporting method for 2018 due to IRS regulations. In 2017 Box 2 indicated the total amount billed. In 2018 Box 1 indicates the total payments received for qualified tuition and related expenses.

             

            SSN: Social Security Numbers

            In order to prepare 1098-T forms students must provide their U.S. social security numbers to AUP. This can be done by each student through the secure website. For security purposes do not provide U.S. Social Security Numbers by email.

             

            TIN: Tax Identification Number

            Students who file taxes in the United States and do not have a Social Security Number may use a Tax Identification Number (TIN). Directions for  for a TIN or  a TIN can be found on the IRS website.

             

            Failure to Furnish a Correct SSN

            Students who are subject to filing US taxes and fail to furnish a correct social security number are subject to a penalty of $50 by the IRS unless the failure is due to reasonable cause and not to willful neglect.

             

            Misuse of SSNs

            If AUP discloses or uses your SSN in violation of Federal law, AUP may be subject to civil and criminal penalties.

             

            Privacy Act Notice

            Section 6109 of the Internal Revenue Code requires students to give their correct SSN or TIN to persons who must file information returns with the IRS. The IRS uses the numbers for identification purposes and to help verify the accuracy of your tax return. The IRS may also provide this information to the Department of Justice.

             

            How do I receive my 1098-T form?

            Students are able to download the 1098-T form from their My AUP student portal by 31 January for the prior year. This requires a Net ID and password. The form cannot be emailed for security reasons.

             

            Missing 1098-T Form

            If you believe you should have a 1098-T but there is no form on your student portal by 31 January for the prior year, please contact Student Accounting 北京福彩网 at .

             

            Missing AUP NetID Information

            If you are unable to log in to the AUP website because you do not know your NET ID or your password please click here, select an option, complete the form and submit. This will generate a NET ID Activation/password reset request.

             

            How to Read a 1098-T Form

            Please note all information is in EUROS.

            Box 1 shows the total payments received for qualified tuition and related expenses less any reimbursements or refunds made during 2018 that relate to payments received during 2018.

            Box 5 shows the total of all scholarships and grants including third party sponsorships. The amount of scholarships or grants for the calendar year (including those not reported by AUP) may reduce the amount of the education credit you claim for the year.

            For a breakdown of the tuition, fees, grants and scholarships please consult your billing statements for the year. If you believe the information on the 1098-T is incorrect please contact  [pdf].