I got a 1098-T Tuition Payments Statement showing tuition was paid by my employer to a local university for a graduate-level class over the past year. It was a work-related and work-sponsored program, but I am not considered a degree candidate. Is anyone familiar with this, and do I have to include this as income? IRS's info on this seems sparce.Thanks a lot.-12VMan =========The form is sent by colleges to the student who is enrolled. It represents the cost of tuition which may qualify for either the Lifetime learning credit or the Hope credit.If your employer paid the tuition for you and the education was a form of "continuing education" related to your job then you should just ignore the form.pete
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