Sprintax Tax Filing Resources

Each tax season CGU current International Students learn more about filing their U.S. federal and state tax returns as well as Form 8843 through Sprintax.

International students may request a code to use with the Sprintax tax software for those filing nonresident tax returns. 2021 Request Form will be available soon.

Refer to the IRS website for additional information on tax filings.

Questions about Stimulus Payments?

Refer to information on international student eligiblity here.

In the above blog post Sprintax reviews topics such as:

  • Who is eligible to keep/receive the second stimulus payment
  • Who is not eligible to keep/receive the second stimulus payment
  • What to do if you have received the payment in error
  • What to do if you already amended your tax return, returned the first stimulus payment but have now received the second payment
  • Other useful Q and A’s around the topic

Sprintax Workshops

Sprintax has a series of tax webinars across the tax filing season and you can find the details and registration links below for each (these are all in EST):

Sprintax Open Tax Webinars for Filing Season 2021

The informational webinars cover topics like:

  • An overview of tax for nonresident students and scholars
  • Who must file a 2020 US tax return
  • What income forms students/scholars may receive
  • Forms that need to be completed and sent to the IRS
  • We cover terms like FICA, ITIN and Form 1098-T
  • What happens if students don’t file, or misfile
  • State tax returns
  • IRS stimulus payments
  • Sprintax overview

Questions about Investments and Stocks?

Trading Blog: International students and scholars who are involved in investments and stocks can view this Sprintax blog that goes through everything a nonresident needs to know about their trading tax requirements. 

Read more here about your trading tax requirements.

Avoid Scams

The IRS will never contact you by email, text or social media. If the IRS needs information from you, they will contact you by mail only. Learn more about IRS scams here.