The following information was prepared to inform students about the benefits and requirements contained in the Tax Relief Act of 1997.
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It is based upon our understanding of the provisions contained in the law and should not be considered an official document. Students should rely upon the advice of their tax accountant or the Internal Revenue Services as appropriate.
Note: An IRS Form 1098-T will be mailed to any eligible student at the permanent address s/he has provided to the College on or before January 31. You must have a social security number on file with SUNY Brockport in order to receive a 1098-T form.
Select from the following for information pertaining to the Tax Relief Act of 1997:
- How to use SUNY Brockport’s Online Services to Access Individual Student Information for Education Tax Credits
- 1098-T FAQ
- Reporting of Financial Information Required
- Description of Tax Credits and Student Loan Interest Deduction
- IRS Publications and Forms - Where to Obtain Additional Information
- Explanation of Qualifying Expenses for Education Tax Credits