Students can log into their Banner account and retrieve their information from TouchNet via Payments and Deposits on Banner Self-Service. If you need a 1098T form for prior to 2016, you can retrieve this online at the UTK website or contact the Bursar’s Office.
Eligible educational institutions file Form 1098-T for each student they enroll and for whom a reportable transaction is made.
The IRS requires Form 1098-T to be postmarked by January 31 of the following calendar year. This form is mailed to the student’s permanent address (not billing address) who was enrolled at UT for at least half time during the calendar year, unless the student opted for the paperless copy of the form. Address changes can be made on Banner Self-Service. Students may opt to receive an electronic 1098-T at Banner Self-Service, Personal Tab, Payments and Deposits and then clicking on Click here for Online Payments/, Agreements tab.
Students may view your qualified fees assessed and payments applied to those fees on TouchNet by going to Banner Self-Service, Personal Tab, Payments and Deposits and then clicking on Click here for Online Payments/. If you are not able to get this information on the website, a statement can be obtained from the Bursar’s Office.
Determination of eligibility is the responsibility of the taxpayer.
Check the IRS website, contact the IRS, or contact a tax advisor.
Contact the Bursar’s Office and explain what information you feel is incorrect. If Form 1098-T does contain incorrect information, a corrected form will be issued.
As determined by the federal government, qualified expenses are defined as expenses required by and paid to the institution for enrollment purposes. They include fees for maintenance, tuition, technology, facilities, and a portion of the programs and services fee. Non-qualified expenses are defined as books, room and board, student activities, parking, athletics, insurance, equipment, or other similar personal living expenses. As a result, the amount of qualified expenses will likely be less than the total amount of money paid.
Due to a change to institutional reporting requirements under federal law, beginning with tax year 2018, the University will report in Box 1 the amount of payments received for qualified tuition and related expenses paid during the calendar (tax year) 2018.**Please note there are changes coming for tax year 2018 (form sent January of 2019). Please be sure to watch the Bursar webpage and your email address for notification of coming changes.
1. Log into your MyUTMartin portal
2. Under UTM Apps, click Touchnet
3. Look under Statements on the homepage
4. Click View Statements next to "Your latest 1098-T Tax statement"
5. Click View
*If you click "View" and your statement does not open, please go to the upper right corner of your browser and ensure that your pop-up blocker is disabled.*
To view forms from previous years, please use the link below.
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