*Please note that the University does not provide the optional Box 1 payment information and will not provide a modified form.
As part of ongoing sustainability and cost reduction measures, Texas State University will electronically provide students a 1098-T tax form and financial addendum. Starting in tax year 2013, we will no longer mail paper 1098-T forms. This information will be available to students no later than February 1st following each tax year.
Two options will be available to view or print your 1098-T form and financial addendum:
1) Tax Credit Reporting Service website at https://www.1098T.com or
2) Texas State Self-Service website at https://ssb.txstate.edu/
The Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 may offer you the opportunity for tax savings through the following:
Hope Scholarship Tax Credit
Lifetime Learning Tax Credit
Student Loan Interest Deduction
Please note that the Hope credit is actually a tax credit and not a scholarship. Tax credits and interest deductions are subtracted directly from the tax a family owes to the Internal Revenue Service and will NOT appear on your billing statement from Texas State University.
Texas State University's intent is not to offer tax advice but to alert students and parents of the potential tax credit. Please contact a tax professional or the IRS at (800) 829-1040 or the IRS Office of Public Liaison at (202) 622-2970 for details.
To print the form and any details use the Print options available.
There are several possibilities: