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02-13-2017 03:48 PM
I received three 1098-T's for my son in 2016. When I went to file them in the Tuition Payments worksheet it stated that I can't efile because this student attended more than 2 schools. He was going to a community college and took two online courses for a total of three 1098's. Thy were offered from the American Opportunity credit. What do I need to do to correct this in Taxcut?
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02-17-2017 10:56 AM - last edited on 02-17-2017 11:19 AM by HaroldG
That is correct.
You do not have to enter a 1098-T but rather you can enter the expense and tax-free financial aid information directly onto Form 8863. You should keep your 1098-T forms as proof though.
Also, I'm sorry that it took so long to get back to you. With all of the questions coming in and with this one not appearing in the new questions queue I didn't see it right away.
Anyway, I'm glad you were able to figure it out.
02-17-2017 11:04 AM
Assuming we're only talking 1 student with no scholarship, only the big 3rd one would be applicable to AOC as the max that can be applied for full credit is $4K. I don't see how entering the other 2 would have any effect.