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After about five minutes of pulling your hair out, remember this post, and just toss [the 1099-T] in the trash.

I understand completely where your coming from. But I would not recommend actually tossing it in the trash. Ignore it, but file it away with the rest of your tax info. If push comes to shove, it at least documents that your student was actually in school. :)

--Peter


PS - The couple of times I've tried to reconcile out a 1098T, I was successful in pretty short order. But it took very complete records from the taxpayer AND a good print out of billings and payments from the school. And you have to know what the school is and is not required to report on the 1098.
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