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TAX REPORTING DOCUMENTS
12. WHAT FORMS AND DOCUMENTS DO I NEED BEFORE I CAN BEGIN USING GLACIER Tax Prep?
You should gather the following documents before you enter GLACIER Tax Prep.Depending on your type of income in 2016, you may or may not receive the following forms:
· W-2 Wage and Tax Statement - If you earned income in 2016, you will need
your W-2 Form from Princeton University or from the employer under whom you
earned income in 2016.
· Form 1042-S - A nonresident alien student or scholar who was employed and was
exempt under a tax treaty in 2016 will receive a Form 1042-S. Any nonresident alien student
or scholar who received a taxable fellowship, award, or stipend in 2016 will also receive a
1042-S. And any nonresident alien who received a non-employee service payment
will receive a 1042-S.
· Form 1099 – Very few international students and scholars will receive the 1099 form. To request a duplicate or if you have questions about IRS 1099 form, contact the Financial Service Center at [email protected] or 609-258-3080, or visit the Financial Service Center at 7 New South during regular University business hours, 8:45 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday .
· Passport and Visa documents, such as I-20 Form (F visa) or DS-2019 Form (J visa).
13. WHAT IS A FORM W-2 ? I LOST OR NEVER GOT MY W-2. CAN I GET ANOTHER ONE?
A Form W-2 is used to report U.S. federal or state wages and taxes. You will receive a Form W-2 only if you received compensation during 2016. Forms W-2 from Princeton University are available online for active faculty, staff and students to view and print.
STUDENTS - To obtain your Form W-2 online:
2) Select Payroll from the Main Menu drop-down
3) Select the link for Direct Deposit / View
4) Select the link to View W-2 / W-2c / 1042 Form
5) Your 2016 W-2 Form will appear in a PDF version that you may view and print
6) If you are not able to obtain your Form W-2 through Tigerhub, contact the Financial Service Center at [email protected] or 609-258-3080, or visit the Financial Service Center at 7 New South during regular University business hours, 8:45 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday.
FACULTY or STAFF - To obtain your Form W-2 online:
1) Log on to PeopleSoft through HR Self Service
2) Select the link for Self Service.
3) Select the link for the Payroll and Compensation page.
4) Select the link to view the W2, W2c, or 1042S Form.
5) Select the link to view your Year End Form
6) Your 2016 W-2 Form will appear in a PDF version that you may view and print
7) If you are not able to obtain your Form W-2 through PeopleSoft Self Service, contact the Financial Service Center at [email protected] or 609-258-3080, or visit the Financial Service Center at 7 New South during regular University business hours, 8:45 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday .
14. I BELIEVE MY W-2 FORM IS INCORRECT, WHO DO I CONTACT?
1 5. I RECEIVED MY FORM W-2 WITH INCOME ENTERED IN BOX 14. SHOULD I ENTER THIS AMOUNT IN GTP?
NO, you must leave box 14 on the Form W-2 in Glacier Tax Prep blank.
16. I RECEIVED A FORM 1099 FROM PRINCETON UNIVERSITY AND I DON'T UNDERSTAND IT. WHO CAN I ASK ABOUT IT?
Very few international students and scholars will receive the 1099 form. For 1099 questions, please send your inquiry to Financial Service Center at [email protected] or call (609) 258-3080.
17. WHAT IS THE FORM 1042-S? WHAT SHOULD I DO IF I DIDN'T RECEIVE FORM
1042-S FROM PRINCETON UNIVERSITY?
Form 1042-S is a foreign person’s U.S. income that is subject to tax withholding. You should receive it if you are a nonresident student or scholar who has reportable U.S. income under a tax treaty. The Princeton University Payroll and Accounts Payable Office will distribute Form 1042-S by March 15, 2017. If you expect to receive a Form 1042-S and have not received it by March 15, 2017, please contact [email protected] Not all students and scholars will receive a Form 1042-S. Only students and scholars who have reportable U.S. income will receive a Form 1042-S.
18. WILL THERE BE TAX FILING WORKSHOPS WHERE I CAN GET HELP ON HOW TO USE GLACIER Tax Prep (GTP)?
19. I AM USING GLACIER Tax Prep RIGHT NOW AND HAVE A QUESTION ABOUT HOW TO USE THE SOFTWARE. WHERE CAN I GET HELP?
On each GLACIER Tax Prep screen, you can access "Help" located at the top of each screen to submit a question to the GTP Support Center. Or you email GLACIER Tax Prep directly by clicking the "HELP" button in the GLACIER Tax Prep to connect to a live tax professional at the GTP support center. GLACIER Tax Prep will respond to your email within 24 hours. For privacy concerns do not include our social security number or ITIN in your email.
20. ONCE I FILL IN THE INFORMATION IN GLACIER Tax Prep ONLINE, AM I DONE?
NO. You must print the tax return forms from GLACIER Tax Prep and then mail them to the IRS at the address provided to you by GLACIER Tax Prep. Be sure to keep copies of all of your forms before you mail them!
21. WHERE CAN I FIND ADDITIONAL TAX PREPARATION RESOURCES FOR NONRESIDENT ALIENS?
1) United States Internal Revenue Service http://www.irs.gov (click on Individuals)
assistance for people with low to moderate income.
3) Another professional tax preparation company or certified public accountant. Be
sure to ask if they have expertise in filing Nonresident alien taxes.
FILING RESIDENT TAX FORMS
22. WHAT DO I DO IF I AM A RESIDENT FOR TAX FILING PURPOSES?
If you qualify as a RESIDENT alien for tax purposes, you CANNOT use GLACIER Tax Prep but you can file your RESIDENT taxes on your own or with a professional tax preparer. (See FAQ #23) Resident aliens file taxes in the same manner as U.S. citizens using Form 1040 or Form 1040EZ.
23. WHERE CAN I FIND ADDITIONAL TAX PREPARATION RESOURCES FOR RESIDENT TAX FILING PURPOSES?
1) United States Internal Revenue Service http://www.irs.gov
6) Another professional tax preparation company
(Search the internet for tax preparers in the local area)
NO. U.S. Tax Laws are complicated. Only authorized tax preparation professionals are eligible to advise you on the specifics of your individual tax return. Staff members of the Davis International Center or other University staff are not professional tax preparers and are not authorized to advise you on how to file your tax return forms.
25. WHO SHOULD I LIST AS MY ACADEMIC PROGRAM DIRECTOR?
Undergraduate Students and Graduate Students
Academic Program Director Name: Mladenka Tomasevic, Associate Director for International Students
Program Director Telephone Number: 609.258.5006
Academic Institution Address: Davis International Center, Princeton University,
Princeton, NJ 08544
Academic Program Director Name: Albert Rivera, Associate Director for International Scholars
Program Director Telephone Number: 609-258-5006
Academic Institution Address: Davis International Center, Princeton University,
26. WHAT IS THE LATEST DATE THAT GLACIER TAX PREP WILL BE AVAILABLE TO USE?
Although the deadline to file taxes is April 18, 2017, GLACIER Tax Prep will be available for you to use until December 1, 2017. If you file a late return (after April 18, 2017) and you are due a refund, you will not have late filing penalties. If you file a late return and you owe taxes, you will have late filing penalties based on the amount of tax that is due.
27. CAN I FILE MY TAX FORMS AFTER THE DEADLINE?
Although the deadline to file your U.S. federal and N.J. State income tax returns is April 18, 2017, GLACIER Tax Prep will be available for you to use until December 1, 2017. If you need additional time to file your return, you may file an extension by using Form 4868 located on the Internal Revenue Service website (www.irs.gov). Forms 4868 and 1040NR instructions will provide guidance on what to do if you owe taxes or if taxes are refunded.
28. WHO IS REQUIRED TO FILE FORM 8843?
Any individual who is in F, J, M, or Q visa status for the tax year 2016.
29. DO I NEED TO APPLY FOR AN INDIVIDUAL TAXPAYER IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (ITIN) OR SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER (SSN) TO FILE MY FORM 8843?
No, an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number or Social Security Number is not required to file the Form 8843.
30. CAN I USES GLACIER TAX PREP TO COMPLETE FORM 8843?
YES, you may use Glacier Tax Prep to complete the Form 8843 for your spouse, dependents, and yourself.
31. DO I NEED TO COMPLETE A FORM 8843 FOR MY SPOUSE AND DEPENDENTS?
YES, if your spouse and dependents have accompanied you to the United States and are in F or J dependent visa status, you must complete a Form 8843 for them.
32. WHERE DO I MAIL FORM 8843?
Department of the Treasury
International Revenue Service Center
Austin, TX 73301-0215
33. IF I DON’T HAVE A SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER (SSN) OR INDIVIDUAL TAX IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (ITIN), HOW DO I FILE MY TAX FORMS?
Social Security Number (SSN) - Social Security Numbers are only available to people who are legally employed in the U.S. If you are currently employed, you must have a social security number. If you do not have one, you should apply for one immediately. If you were employed in the U.S. in 2016, then must have a Social Security Number before you can file your tax forms.
34. HOW DO I APPLY FOR MY SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER (SSN)?
The Davis International Center website will provide you instructions on how to apply for an SSN.
35. IF I DON'T HAVE AN INDIVIDUAL TAX IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (ITIN), HOW DO I FILE MY TAX FORMS?
Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) - An ITIN is issued by individuals who don't qualify for a Social Security Number because they are not employed but who need a number for tax-filing purposes. If you DO NOT have an individual taxpayer identification number (ITIN), then GLACIER Tax Prep will create a Form W-7 Application for an IRS Individual Taxpayer Identification Number along with your other tax filing forms.
IMPORTANT: If you are filing Form W-7 (Application for ITIN) with your Tax Filing Forms, DO NOT MAIL YOUR TAX FORMS TO THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (IRS) YOURSELF. Instead, you MUST submit your tax forms and your W-7 ITIN application in person during an appointment with the NTCR office (Non-Resident Tax Compliance Reporting).
If you need an ITIN, you must Schedule an online appointment with NTCR at:
Print and bring all of your Tax Filing forms including the passport copies as listed below to the appointment. NTCR will collect your W-7 ITIN application along with your other tax filing forms listed below and mail them to the IRS for you.
You must bring the originals of the following documents to your NTCR appointment:
- Form 1040NR or 1040NR-EZ (nonresident tax income tax return)
- Form 1042-S (foreign person's U.S. source income subject to withholding)
- Form W-2 (wage and tax statement)
- Form W-7 (application for IRS individual taxpayer identification number)
You must bring copies of the following documents to your NTCR appointment:
- passport biographical page
- visa page (Canadians are exempt from the visa requirement)
- I-94 arrival document (white card in passport or electronic I-94 printout from www.cbp.gov/I94)
- I-20 or DS-2019 Form.
36. WHERE CAN I GET THE NON-EMPLOYMENT LETTER THAT MUST ACCOMPANY THE W-7 APPLICATION FOR INDIVIDUAL TAXPAYER IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (ITIN)?
You will obtain this letter in person from the NTCR Office (Non-Resident Tax Compliance Reporting) during the appointment that you schedule with NTCR to complete the ITIN applicaiton. To schedule an appointment, go to NTCR APPOINTMENT.
37. WHAT IS THE NEW JERSEY STATE TAX WEBSITE ADDRESS?
38. WHO HAS TO FILE A NEW JERSEY STATE TAX RETURN? HOW DO I FILE A NJ STATE TAX RETURN?
Any person (including internationals) who resided in the State of New Jersey for any portion of the year 2016 and who earned income (wages) of $10,000 (if filing as single) or $20,000 (if filing as married) or more in the State of New Jersey during 2016 must file a New Jersey State Income Tax Return. The State of New Jersey does not tax scholarship or fellowship income.
New Jersey offers several ways to file a State Tax Return, including electronically and on paper. New Jersey's tax website has information to help you file your state taxes. To file our New Jersey State Income Tax Return online, go to www.njwebfile.com. Be sure to read and follow all the instructions on the website. You may NOT file your NJ State Taxes using Glacier Tax Prep.
39. I LIVED IN NEW JERSEY FOR ONLY PART OF THE YEAR. WHICH STATE TAX RETURNS DO I FILE -- RESIDENT OR NONRESIDENT OF NEW JERSEY?
Any person (including internationals) who resided in New Jersey for any portion of the year (2016) and whose income (wages) from all sources for the entire year is $10,000 (if filing single) or $20,000 (if filing as married) must file a New jersey State Income Tax Return.
40. WHO IS A NON-RESIDENT OF NEW JERSEY?
A non-resident for New Jersey State tax-filing is any individual (domestic or international) who has NOT resided in the state of New Jersey for any portion of the tax-filing year (2016).
41. HOW DO I OBTAIN NJ STATE TAX FORMS?
New Jersey gross income tax return forms on available on the NJ State Tax Website.
42. WHERE DO I GET NJ STATE TAX ASSISTANCE?
Glacier Tax Prep does NOT provide assistance for NJ State Tax filing. You may seek New Jersey State Tax- Filing assistance through the following:
- In-Person: Taxation Building, 50 Barrack Street, 1st Floor Lobby, Trenton, NJ 08695
- By Phone: General NJ State Tax Information 609-826- or 1-800-323-4400 (toll free available only in NJ, NY, PA, DE, and MD)
43. HOW DO I CHECK THE STATUS OF MY NJ STATE TAX RETURN?
You can get information on the status of your New Jersey income tax refund either online or by phone.
44. HOW DO I CORRECT MY NEW JERSEY TAX RETURN?
Resident NJ State Tax Returns can be corrected by filing paper Form NJ-1040X for the appropriate year. You must file a paper Form NJ-1040X whether your original form was filed electronically or on paper.
Form TL11A Canadian Students Only
45. WHERE CAN I OBTAIN A FORM TL11A: TUITION, EDUCATION, AND TEXTBOOK AMOUNTS CERTIFICATE?
You can request the Form TL11A from the Student Accounts Office through the following:
By Phone: 609-258-6378
46. HOW DO I PREPARE AND FILE MY STATE TAX RETURN?
After you complete your federal tax return using Glacier Tax Prep and it appears that you may be required to file a state tax return, Glacier Tax Prep will provide a link to an online tax preparation software called Sprintax to assist with your state tax filing needs. You will be required to register with Sprintax and create a separate User ID and Password. In addition, Sprintax will charge a fee to prepare your state return. The tax preparation fee must be paid directly to Sprintax.
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03-03-2014 01:26 PM
When preparing my taxes concerning dividends and interest I would like to know where I find the state ID? Do you use the Fed. ID of the broker? Thank you.
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