Tuition Reimbursement


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Hi Everyone,

I am new to this forum. I would like to ask some questions in regards not being paid correctly for my tuition reimbursement which led to me being taxed incorrectly. I will try to simplify the issue by talking about each amount in the three years I was paid. The tuition reimbursement policy states that tuition over 7,000 will not be reimbursed also over 5,250 for the year will be taxed. I am trying to figure out if my institution would have paid me correctly, what each year taxing would have been?

2009

1) My classes cost $5,405
2) I was paid $3,787
3) I was owed $1,618
4) If I was paid as I should, I should have been taxed on $155, which I don't know what this would be?

2010

1) My classes cost $10,050
2) I was paid $2,610
3) I was owed $4,390 since only $7,000 is reimbursed
4) I should have been taxed on $1,750 if I was paid correctly, what would this be?

2011

1) My classes cost $2,970
2) I received two checks of $1,485, both of which I was taxed which I shouldn't have, one was $1,170.59 and the other is $1,208.27, So I was paid $ 2,378.86
3) My instiution paid me a total of five checks this year for the monies that was not paid in 2009 and 2010 thus leading to me being taxed for the two classes in 2011 which should not have been taxed.
4) one check was 3,480 for one of the class in 2010, another check was $403, another was 1,245 which was owed from 2009 I believe and then the other two check which I mentioned in step #2
5) I should not have been taxed at all for this year.

Hoping someone can shed some light on this situation. I think I was overtaxed that is why I am trying to figure if I was paid correctly and taxed as I should much that would be. I calculated that from what I am owed plus what was taxed it is $1,471.14 however I am not including taxes for the year 2009 and 2010 which I dont think equals to what is owed it might be way less. I would like to know what should be correctly taxed so I can file the appropriate form with the IRS to reclaim the amount owed
 
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