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University Bursar - Who receives an IRS Form 1098-T?
All enrolled students with reportable transactions receive a 1098-T.
University of Illinois is required to provide a completed IRS Form 1098-T to all enrolled students for whom a reportable transaction is made, then to report those students' enrollment and summary financial data to the IRS. A reportable transaction is defined as tuition and fees a student must pay to be enrolled in a degree program.
The University must have a valid Social Security Number (SSN) and valid address to report enrollment and financial data to the IRS.
To provide a valid a Social Security number, download the W-9S form from the IRS website, complete and return it to your campus Registrar Office.
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