eligibility for education tax credit, no 1098t received


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will

I graduated from college in May 2005. I was a dependant
while in school, but I am now filed as single.

My university did not send me a 1098-T form for 2005 because
they report amounts billed - and I was billed in Nov. 2004
for my 2004-2005 academic year.

Even though my parents claimed the lifetime learning credit
for 2004- does that mean I can claim it for 2005- for the
tuition paid in 2005? Although I was billed in 2004, I
didn't pay my spring tuition until 2005 spring. My parents
only claimed the lifetime learning credit for the part of
the tuition that was paid in 2004 in their 2004 returns

And since I do not have a 1098-T form for 2005 from my
university, how would I prove that I can claim this credit?

Thank you for your help!
 
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Phil Marti

will said:
And since I do not have a 1098-T form for 2005 from my
university, how would I prove that I can claim this credit?
Use your records.
 
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