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If you e-file your return you must a attach Copy B of Form 1098-C to Form 8453 and mail the forms to the IRS or b include Form 1098-C as a PDF attachment if your software program permits. Copy D For Donee To complete Form 1098-C use Certain Information Returns and the 2018 Instructions for Form To order these instructions and additional forms go to Due dates. For the latest information about developments related to Form 1098-C and its instructions such as legislation enacted after they were...
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5 Date of contribution6 Estimated year SUMMARY of information Name Address City or county State or province Country.

What is form 1098C?

Form 1098-C is filed by a charitable organization to report a qualified vehicle that was donated to the organization and valued over $500. A qualified vehicle can be one of the following:

  • A car designed for use in the public streets, highways, and roads
  • A boat
  • An airplane

The form is filed to the IRS by the charitable organization and sent to the donor no less than 30 days after the donation was made. Donors need to include Copy B of form 1098-C with their tax returns to claim a deduction if the charitable organization valued and sold the vehicle for over $500.

Who should file form 1098C?

Any charitable organization that has accepted a qualified vehicle for its own use on a free-of-charge basis.

What information do you need when you file form 1098-C?

To fill out this form, you must complete the 1096 form. After that, you have to add the following information to the 1098-C form:

  • Charitable organization’s information and TIN
  • Donor’s information and TIN
  • Details of the contribution (date, mileage, year, make/model)
  • Value of property given by the donor
  • Date and gross proceeds of sale
  • Specification that value of the property is at least $500

Any failure in providing the information of the charitable organization or the donor may lead to varying penalties. You can find more detailed instructions on page 4 (for donors) and page 6 of the form (for charitable organizations or “donees”).

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Is form 1098-C accompanied by other forms?

The 1098-C tax form is filed with form 1096. It may also be accompanied by a 170(f)(8) application.

When is form 1098-C due?

The IRS form 1098-C must be filed by the charitable organization 30 days after the donation. A copy of it must be provided to the donor.

Where do I send form 1098-C?

The completed 1098-C form must be attached to the 1096 form and sent to the Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service.

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So I have some bad news for you guys. If you have been taking advantage of education tax credits such as the American Opportunity Tax Credit or the Lifetime Learning credit, chances are you (or your tax preparer) have been calculating it all wrong. A few weeks ago, we posted a video on tax deductions for college students and in the comments we got a lot of questions about the 1098-T and how you use the 1098-T to calculate your tax credit. So this video is a follow-up to that video. So, if you haven’t seen that video, go watch that one first and come back to this one. It’s time to clear the air and learn how this is supposed to go. So here’s how a lot of people think the credit works. You put in the information from your 1098-T, subtracting your reported scholarships and grants in box 5 from the amount listed in either box 1 or box 2. That should give you the net amount of qualified expenses for which you can claim either the American Opportunity Tax Credit and/or Lifetime Learning Credit, right? WRONG. However, this is what a lot of tax preparers do and...
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