STEP 1 COMMON QUESTIONS
Substantial Presence Test Am I a resident for tax purposes? I am currently on OPT, can I still use Sprintax? I’m not a student, can I use Sprintax? I would prefer to be classified as a Resident, can I change this? Why does Sprintax say I am an US Resident?
STEP 4 COMMON QUESTIONS
1095-A Student Loan Interest Deduction My student loan is from my home country, not from US, can I still claim it on my US tax return? Child and dependent sub-step on Step 4 Offset your expenses I have 1095-B / 1095-C How do I know if I will receive 1095-A, 1095-B or 1095-C
STEP 6 COMMON QUESTIONS
How to fill Living in the US part How is state residency determined? I don’t keep all receipts for all of the purchases, is it a problem? What is “living quarters”? What is "principal residence"? Fee paid to a tax preparer in 2023 to prepare your 2022 US income tax return or to purchase tax preparation software
STEP 7 COMMON QUESTIONS
Where can I apply my Access code? Why do I owe money? I have used my code once for another service. I want to use the same code again. I think I should be exempt from tax but Sprintax says I have to pay tax – why? Why am I not getting all my taxes refunded? I don’t have a US bank account, can I enter my home country’s account and receive my refund there?
How I can give my feedback on Sprintax? Do I have to file a nonresident State tax return? I am applying for ITIN along with my federal tax return. Do I need to wait for the ITIN number before I send my state tax return? What if I miss the deadline? What if I owe money? I’m a nonresident, why did I receive a resident state tax return? Why aren’t my bank account details included on my State tax return? Why does non-taxable income from Alaska, Florida, New Hampshire, Nevada, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Washington, or Wyoming get taxed on my resident state return?