Form 1098-E, Student Loan Interest Statement, is used to report
student loan interest received in the course of trade or business
by a financial institution, governmental unit (or any of its subsidiary agencies),educational institution, or any other person.
When would you need to file a Form 1098-E?
1. File Form 1098-E if you are a financial institution, governmental unit (or any of its subsidiary agencies), educational institution, or any other person who receives student loan interest of $600 or more from an individual during the year in the course of your trade or business.
2. You may file a separate Form 1098-E for each student loan of the borrower, or you may file one Form 1098-E for the interest from all student loans of the borrower.
3. If more than one person has a connection with the loan, only the first person to receive the interest payment must file Form 1098-E.
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Recipient Copy: (Only for FMV & RMD) by
Jan 31, 2024
April 01, 2024
IRS Paper filing
Feb 28, 2024
1098-E eFile Info
Electronically-filed 1098-E forms are directly transmitted to the IRS from Tax1099.
You will receive IRS acknowledgement of your eFile by email within 3 - 7 business days.