The 1098-T form is an annual statement that reports the amount of qualified education expenses paid during the calendar year. The purpose of the form is to assist in determining eligibility for certain education-related tax credits under the US Treasury Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997.
- You do not need your 1098-T unless you are filing for these credits.
- Forms will be mailed on January 31 from the Accounting Office to the address on file. If you have not received your tax for form by February 15, contact the Office of Accounting for a duplicate form.
- Current students may consent to electronic delivery through Self Service (https://mcis.meredith.edu ). A notice will be posted to the Student Portal when the electronic forms are available. Proxies do not have access to tax forms.
- Students must have a valid social security number and address on file in the Registrar’s Office by December 15 of the prior year, in order for a 1098-T to be issued.
- Meredith College is unable to provide you with individual tax advice. Should you have questions, please seek the counsel of an informed tax preparer or advisor.
Form 1099-NEC is a reporting of miscellaneous income or contract services paid to individuals and organizations receiving non-employee compensation. This form is available each year after January 31 from the Accounting Office. In order to verify the TIN (taxpayer identification number), a completed W-9 must be filed with the Accounting Office for all individuals and organizations receiving non-employee compensation or payments for goods and services. Additionally, we may request a new W-9 each year, or as needed or required by federal regulations. For more information about W-9 requirements, please visit the IRS website at www.irs.gov.
Form W-2 is a statement of wages and earnings, issued by the Office of Human Resources for employees, including student workers. For questions regarding this form, please contact the Office of Human Resources.