Take advantage of this new tax preparation software and other resources from the International Tax Office.
The start of a new year brings U.S. tax filing responsibilities for non-resident alien students and employees, regardless of whether they received income in the United States.
To assist with U.S. tax filing obligations, the Employee Services International Tax Office is offering a variety of helpful resources including Glacier Tax Prep (GTP) software, which replaces the Foreign National Tax Resource, which was discontinued on December 31, 2019.
This new, easy-to-use tool is designed to help nonresidents navigate complex U.S. tax requirements by allowing them to:
- Determine their U.S. tax residency status and tax return filing requirement.
- Ensure applicable tax treaties are applied.
- Determine whether they are due a tax refund or owe additional tax.
- Prepare tax return and forms that can be printed, reviewed, signed and mailed.
- Get assistance with support requests, an FAQ and research library.
Request your Glacier Tax Prep license on the International Tax webpage. Supplies are limited.
Watch for your 1042-S tax form in the mail
1042-S forms will be mailed to international students and scholars with nonqualified scholarship/stipend income, treaty-exempt wages, or taxable non-employee compensation paid by CU in 2019, by February 5, 2020. Please visit the International Tax Office’s website for information and updates.