1098-T – U.S. Citizens
The 1098-T, Tuition Statement form, reports tuition expenses students paid for college tuition that might entitle you to an adjustment to income or a tax credit. Each year, before the end of January, a letter is mailed to students notifying them that the 1098-T is available.
Queens works with ECSI, a third-party vendor, to help students electronically access and complete the 1098-T form, as well as answer any questions.
- How to access your 1098-T tax documents
- Example of current form
- Understanding your 1098-T tax form
- How to create an ECSI user profile
1042-S – International Students
The 1042-S, Foreign Person’s U.S. Source Income Subject to Withholding form, is used to report amounts paid to foreign persons (including those presumed to be foreign) by a United States based institution or business. Each year, before the end of January, a letter is mailed to international students that completed the questionnaire to notify them that the 1042-S is available.
For more information about tax forms, please contact the Office of Student Accounts (email@example.com).
Always consult with a tax advisor or a financial planner to determine which interest is tax deductible.