Even art students pay taxes….

1 Apr

… or should. I don’t do well with numbers. They confuse; they annoy. So any help is definitely appreciated. If you’re an English major like me and the number of pages in a book is the only number you like to see- check this workshop out. Sure sure, the UW always harrasses you with emails talking about these tax workshops- but for once my ears perked up.

Tax 101 workshops for students who are US Citizens:
You’ve received your 1098T tax form! Are you confused about the information it contains? Student Fiscal Services offers workshops to help students understand the 1098T tax form, the Hope and Lifetime Learning tax credits, and student account or scholarship issues in relation to taxes. This class is offered free of charge.

UW International/NRA student tax workshop
April 3, 2008
3:30pm – 4:30pm
HUB 209A
FREE!
Co-sponsored by The Office of International Students and Scholars and Student Fiscal Services. This session will focus on helping students understand the 1042S forms sent out by the UW Student Fiscal Services Office, and  will also cover other international student tax-related issues. Open to both undergraduate and graduate students.

Student Tax 101
April 4, 2008
2:00pm – 3:30pm
HUB 209A
FREE!
What are student taxes all about? What is all this fuss about the Economic Stimulus Payment, and can I get it as a student? We can answer these student tax related questions, and more!
Representatives from Student Fiscal Services and the Law School’s Low Income Tax Clinic will discuss rules mandated by the IRS to report all scholarships, fellowships, grants, prizes, awards, and stipend money on the 1098T form. The class will also go over the responsibilities of Non-Resident Alien students. This workshop is tailored for graduate and professional students, but is open to all interested students.

April 9, 2008
1:30pm – 2:30pm
2:30pm – 3:30pm
HUB 309

The Office of International Students and Scholars and Student Fiscal Services co-sponsor this student tax class for International Students. International students may receive tax forms related to the US source funds they receive. The information contained in these forms can be confusing. This session will focus on helping students understand the 1042S forms sent out by the UW Student Fiscal Services Office, and will also cover international student tax-related issues. This class is appropriate for both undergraduate and graduate students and is offered free of charge.

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