Filing Your Tax Returns
Payments made to a nonresident alien must be reported to the IRS. They are issued to nonresidents annually who receive one or all of the following:
- Independent payments
- Compensation that is treaty-exempt
- Non-qualified fellowship/scholarship payments
The Drexel Office of Tax Compliance is NOT permitted to provide tax services. If you are in need of tax advice, please consult a tax professional.
In February, the Office of Tax Compliance will mail your Form 1042-S or send an email notification (according to the method you selected on how to retrieve your electronic Form 1042-S in Glacier™).
Glacier™ Tax Prep Software
The Office of Tax Compliance offers a software program to assist you in filing your tax return. As of the 2011 tax season, we will be using Glacier™ Tax Prep, a product by Glacier™. You can use your Glacier™ userid and password to access the program. If you need your userid and password resent to you, please contact us.
- Visit the Glacier™ Tax Prep website for a presentation on how to use the software.
- To access Glacier™ Tax Prep, use your login information created in Glacier™.
- Select the option for, “I would like to complete my tax return.”
- A prompt will ask if you wish to have the data transferred from Cintax 2010 to the new Glacier™ Tax Prep software.
- Select "Yes" and the data will be pre-populated.
- You will have access to 2009 & 2010 income tax returns only if you used Cintax previously.
Glacier™ Tax Prep provides an option in each screen to ask questions. Click on the link and submit a question for that particular screen. Glacier™ support staff will respond.
- Online Tax Library called “General Information.”
- Information regarding how to file a State Tax Return.
- Updating of selected data.
- Blank forms from prior years starting with 2007
For help with the Glacier™ Tax Prep software, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Resident aliens should consult the IRS website for information on how to file a tax return.