Tax Information - Form 1098-T
Warning - If your social security number is incomplete or missing from your student account with Lansing Community College, your 1098-T statement will generate; however it will not match with the IRS. Educational institutions must have your social security number to file certain returns with the IRS and furnish you with an accurate 1098-T form. If you are not eligible to have a social security number, your taxpayer identification number is sufficient. The return the college must file contains information regarding qualified tuition and related expenses that you may be eligible to claim and reduce federal income tax. Do not send this form to the IRS. Please fill out the IRS W-9 form and mail to:
Lansing Community College
1121 - Registrar's Office
PO Box 40010
Lansing, MI 48901
How can I view my 1098-T?
Students have online access to their 1098-T form through Banner Self Service and are able to print the form if required.
- Sign in to MyLCC with your TUID and password
- Banner (link located at the top of the screen)
- Student Account
- Tax Notification
- Enter in tax year (ex: 2013)
When will I receive my 1098-T?
- All 1098-T statements will be available for viewing and printing by January 31st, 2014.
Will I receive my 1098-T by mail?
- Beginning for the tax year 2012, Lansing Community College discontinued mailing 1098-T tax forms to students. Students currently have online access to their 1098-T form through Self-Service via myLCC and are able to print the form if required. If you experience difficulties printing the form, please call the Student Finance Office at 517-483-1005.
What is LCC's Federal Tax ID #?
What if I have tax related questions about my 1098-T?
- Students should refer all tax-related questions to their own tax counsel. Students may get additional information from IRS Publication 970, Tax Benefits for Higher Education or visit the Internal Revenue Service website.
The 1098-T form reports the amount of qualified expenses a student was charged during the tax year, as well as, any scholarships or grants that the student received.
Students whose qualified tuition amount exceeds the scholarships and/or grants may be eligible to qualify for a Hope Credit or a Lifetime Learning Credit, also referred to as education credits on an individual's Federal Income Tax return. Please note that this is based on when the activity occurred the account, not according to the term the activity is related to.
Student Finance Office
TLC Bldg, Room 127
Phone: (517) 483-1272
Monday - Thursday: 8am - 6pm
Friday: 8am - 4pm
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