1098-T form: I have more from scholarships than tuition costs, should I report it?

Answer You do not need to send this information unless you received gift money (grant or scholarship) that exceeds your total cost of education which includes tuition, fees, books, room & board if applica... Read More »

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Are tuition reimbursement plans keeping up with rising tuition costs?

Companies must cap tuition reimbursement at $5,250 because of IRS regulations. The rules can prevent the reimbursement plans from keeping pace with rising tuition costs since the IRS limit would ne... Read More »

Why has college tuition more expensive than in the past?

The cost of health care benefits to the full time staff at the college have increased tremendously. Probably by about 80% in the 10 years you are talking about. The cost of utilities has also inc... Read More »

What Is an IRS Form 1098-T?

A form 1098-T is a Tuition Statement issued to a student each tax year by an eligible educational institution such as a college or university. The form is an informational document that identifies ... Read More »