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As of writing on Feb. 3, she has not received a W-2, but has received a 1098-T. As best as we can tell, the Box 5 line, Scholarships and Grants, does include the work study portion. Is it even possible to declare that as earned income insofar as EIC and Pay to work credit too.

Check out IRS Publication 970 for the treatment of grants, etc. All of the tax credits and other benefits are discussed in that publication also.

As for the EITC unless she's over 25 or has a child living with her, she's not eligible.

Phil
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